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Your Well Deserved Meh Day


Just when we promised ourselves to wake up 2 hours before we're supposed to leave for work or school; two hours to shower, meditate, workout, actually have a proper breakfast, and to take longer getting yourself ready. Let's face it, we've all done this. I've done this about three times since the week started. I've made huge progress from not waking up to my alarms at all to waking up and just staying in bed for an hour. That's what I call taking it one step at a time.

Tapping into That Comfort Zone


Since I got back from vacationing in Hong Kong and Singapore a few weeks back; which was great by the way, I have found myself doing things a bit outside of my comfort zone. What I thought I was used to and okay with, apparently I wasn't.

Back in the Groove



You know those times when you need to do something and throughout the day you forget about it but when you go to sleep that night, you suddenly remember? So, you make a note to do it tomorrow morning or that afternoon, then you forget again, and the cycle goes on and on and on.

Sad to say, that's what was going on over here. Every time I remember about writing a blog post, the feeling of guilt would washed over me and I would force myself to sit in front of this empty New Post page on Blogger. And just like that page, I was blank. I would type up a line or two but it wouldn't feel right. I didn't know which angle to take or what I wanted to say.

Why You Deserve To Celebrate


During those days when the confetti pops because you graduated from uni, you hit a target, it's your birthday, or simply just because, becomes a challenge when we need to convince ourselves that we actually deserve the celebration; the smiles, the heart-warming words, and all that cake.

Colors that Follow


Do you get those times when a color would just follow you around? When you find yourself being surrounded by a specific color and you have no idea what happened? Perhaps you have more whites in your closet, or everything you buy some how turned out to be peach. Do you ever get that or am I just crazy?

Wear it With Pride




I've got loads of dresses that I've been dying to bust out since the temperature dropped this winter. And I finally did, not once, but twice with this Emerald Bodycon Long Sleeved Dress.

This dress was actually one of those that I was keeping for a rainy day when my muffin top wasn't too visible, and my thighs looked thinner. Then I decided to wear it anyway despite what flaws I think I have, with the curves, the thighs, and the semi-dark knees.

Accept What Comes


I've grown up thinking I was right most of the time. I never liked to be wrong, so much so that I would get angry and agitated whenever someone would correct me, even with the smallest things. I remember having arguments with my siblings about something that doesn't matter now, and I ended up being at fault and on the wrong side. I didn't like it. Who does, honestly? It hurt my pride and self-esteem. It made me feel like I wasn't good enough.

I was young, I didn't know how to accept that I can't be right all the time. I didn't understand how the word accept would fit in with emotion and willpower. I thought it was just a word they used for when you get accepted at universities or jobs.

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