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It’s never too late

Old Navy sweater brings comfort I can’t even remember the last time that I blogged. Yet when I do, I know it’s been ages. An eternity. A lifetime of anxiety, discomfort, awkwardness. When school started back up in early September I realized and understood that I would be busy. But I don’t think I was […]

Shadows for pretty

Wet N Wild makeup shines through shadows Because I have been feeling in a major rut, I decided to find inspiration and up the photos on this blog. With this in mind, I incorporated shadows with today’s beauty look. Although there aren’t that many, like in previous posts, there’s a hint of love and passion […]

Harley-Davidson shirt craze

Indie Foxx shop does it again with killer shirts I haven’t felt like myself lately. Blogging has become a chore and it seems like I’ve lost my passion for style and clothes. Bottom line is that I’m currently in a rut. I’m not sure if it’s because my mental state during COVID was compromised in […]

Sunflower Kansas girl

State flower shoot is always a must For one reason or another, I delayed taking pictures at a sunflower field, up until now. It was aching my heart to see so many Facebook friends posting alongside these glorious flowers. So when we saw them lined up perfectly on our way to visit my parents, we […]

Short and Sweet

Jeans shorts help weather the heat wave Today was the first day back to work, onsite. It felt good to wake up and feel the air before 6:30 a.m. Work was great! However after my work day ended, I felt the heat wave, and thought it necessary to wear these jean shorts. They were perfect […]

Green Pant Frenzy

TJMaxx flared statement As much as I try, I can’t seem to blog early. Lately it seems like there’s not a whole lot going on, but at the same time my day is jammed packed. It’s an endless circle of worry and comfort. I am lucky to be able to blog, even if it’s late, […]

Ameowica

Happy 4th of July to all my friends in the United States. This year our nations saw a lot of different emotions, we are still fighting for justice, and situations have caused us to reflect. I always celebrate this day by being thankful that my parents came to this country for the opportunity to progress […]

In the name of Spring

I’m pretty sure I jinxed several things this week, one includes the possibility that spring was here. Today I woke up on break, but sadden with the fact that most of my time off will be spent in either rain or 40 degree weather. It’s a bummer. I wanted to feel the warmth on my […]

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