It happens so fast and to the best of us. One moment you‘re going through your daily routine; and the next, a life changing event occurs.
It’s no wonder when I felt my closet was uninspiring, I knew the one person to run to. I needed hacks on how to revamp my closet and it helps that my best friend is a fashion blogger. (Hey beingrosemary)
They say you dress up for the job you want not the one you have. A nice outfit helps lift up your mood on a slow gloomy day. It makes you feel unfazed! Looking good is not only for your physical appearance but also good for your soul-If I do say so myself.
I have tried meditation; quieting my thoughts. It works sometimes and I have to admit it’s therapeutic.
As I matured, I learnt that I didn’t have to always cling onto every friendship. I learnt that some friendships are for a season and for a purpose and it’s okay if they don’t last.
I don’t have a squad and sometimes I used to wonder if that’s okay. If life and “the bold type” have taught me anything, it’s that quality over quantity when it comes to friendships.
“I would tell men and women in their mid-twenties not to settle for a job or a profession or even a career. Seek a calling. Even if you don’t know what that means, seek it. If you’re following your calling, the fatigue will be easier to bear, the disappointments will be fuel, and the highs will be like nothing you’ve ever felt.” Phil Knight
Up until I came across The Shoe Dog, Nike was just another shoe to me or rather a company with good advertising campaigns. After reading this inspiring book, Nike to me is now a person, a rich heritage. It’s resilient; it’s taking a chance on people.
A sense of well-being, joy or contentment. -Dictionary definition.
I keep asking myself if I am happy with my life. I wonder if my job makes me happy. I wonder if my relationships -both romantic and platonic- make me happy. I wonder if my home makes me happy, the books I read, and the movies I watch.