A couple of years ago, I made a vow to myself, that I would tell all my fellow women something nice every day, why? Cause sometimes that’s the only nice thing they’ll hear that day, even coming from themselves.
I decided today that I’d touch that subject, yes, mental illness, cause I’m always ranting about how it’s a taboo subject that almost no one opens up about, and let’s face it, it’s just another illness, so click to read more about my battle with it.
I’ve been changing many thing in my life over the past few months, I’ve been writing about it in my journal and today I’d like to share some of it with you.
When you see a “stylish” person what do you think? According to my google research words like superficial, frivolous, crazy, useless, ridiculous, come up more often than not, it seems as humans we tend to generalize and stick to the easiest answer possible. The other day I was talking to a friend whom I’ve been helping with style tips here and there cause she’s trying to put together cooler outfits, and suddenly I found myself telling her about my shopping habits and my outfit making process, and then I told her something I’ve known my whole life, I use clothing and personal style as a way of expressing myself, always have and always will, and to me, and probably people who’ve done this all their lives is pretty obvious that fashion doesn’t make us frivolous or shallow. Cuando ves a una persona “a la moda” ¿qué piensas? De acuerdo a mi búsqueda en google, palabras como superficial, frívolo, banal, inservible, ridícula, salen a relucir más de lo que se cree, parece ser que a los …
I’ve decided I want more meaning and purpose in life, in this post of peace of mind I share the simple changes I’ve been making to achieve my goal.
Things I’ve learned about self-love and feeling beautiful.