The Importance of Self-Care: Backpack Edition
I’ve been sick. Like really sick. And I don’t mean writers block kind of sick. I mean I’ve had lack of self-care, which led me to complete isolation from any social media platform for weeks. I know a lot of you have been curious as to when I was going to upload another blog post; and to be honest I was questioning the same thing.
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Fashion may not always make sense. And more than not, it never makes sense – that’s the beauty of it. From the “I’m too lazy to put my jacket on all the way” look, to the sock boots, and lets not forget the oversized sweatshirt look (because your pants are in the wash obviously). Regardless of whatever Fashion Week’s throw our way, fashion is forever evolving.
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Making Yourself A Priority
You are your best form of medicine. It still confuses me how people expect to be able to take care of others, when they can’t even take care of themselves. Being selfish is a vital part of becoming and understand you. Its important to not only be good to others but to be good to yourself too. Make yourself a priority. At the end of the day, you’re your longest commitment.
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Spring Essentials For The Effortless Look
*Watches 5-minute makeup tutorials on YouTube in hopes of mastering the effortless look* Lets face it; the effortless makeup looks can be just as hard when it comes to your wardrobe! And Nicole Kliest from Who What Wear completely agrees with me.
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All Black Céline
Everyone knows people who buy designer clothes are shallow assholes. But it looks like everyone is a shallow asshole. People apparently hold other people in higher regard simply if they’re wearing clothes with a designer label. And I have come to the point where I want my clothes to speak for themselves.
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