5 Mid-Year Wardrobe Organization Tips

As May approaches, it’s time to change up your wardrobe and your look, and to peer ahead into the first half of the year. To help you along, here are 5 ideas for what you can do mid-year to get the most out of the remainder of 2019. 1. Don’t just clean out your wardrobe:Continue reading “5 Mid-Year Wardrobe Organization Tips”

My Thoughts on The Music Industry

As someone who has been performing, writing, working on music ever since she was a child, and years trying to break into the music industry, I would like to give some important, valuable advice and suggestions that I’ve gain throughout the years to young performers out there who are thinking about stepping into this industryContinue reading “My Thoughts on The Music Industry”

6 Things You Should Do on Sundays

I‘m a planner by nature. I love planning ahead. Every Sunday I take my time to get some stuff done to reset for the week ahead. This is really necessary for me, otherwise everything will end up in failure. So here I’ve made my little to do list for you. It really isn’t anything special,Continue reading “6 Things You Should Do on Sundays”

What Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Taught Me About Style

For two young ladies growing up in the spotlight, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have barely made any fashion mistakes. And that’s saying a lot passing through the nineties, where good was bad and bad was horrific. Boasting two of the most sought after brands, Elizabeth and James and The Row, Mary-Kate and Ashley have becomeContinue reading “What Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Taught Me About Style”

10 Style Mistakes to Avoid

Nobody is safe from making some stylish mistakes. Not even the most stylish bloggers like Chiara Ferragni or the editors from fashion magazines. Sometimes you just need to make these mistakes to learn from and then never ever make them again. Please tell me if I am missing one? Maybe, I’m making some without evenContinue reading “10 Style Mistakes to Avoid”

5 Podcasts to Listen to On Your Commute

When you’re commuting to and from work or school, you want to spend your time as productively as possible. I am a big fan of listening to podcasts on the way to work. They are entertaining, interesting and inspiring, and also don’t require any data! Ready to upgrade your commute – start listening to my pickContinue reading “5 Podcasts to Listen to On Your Commute”

Our Happiness Lies in Our Own Hands

In recent months, I have experienced as I watched from a distance, someone else’s life. In my thoughts, I am in a sort of very long trip that just will not seem to stop. And without ever having something taken-apart from innumerable cups of black/green tea to stay awake after many sleepless nights. Natural high,Continue reading “Our Happiness Lies in Our Own Hands”

Thoughts on Being in My Early 30s

Every birthday is a blessing. Truth is, I feel much younger than what I imagined 32 to be. Here are some of my thoughts on what I’ve learned being in my early 30s. 32 years young. It’s been said that you are the average of the 5 people you spend most of your time with. SoContinue reading “Thoughts on Being in My Early 30s”

How I Stay Inspired

Those of us who are creatives require a good amount of inspiration. I thought to share with you guys my top ways that I find inspiration. It is daily work or you will find yourself burnt out especially if you work long days. Much like seeking happiness, seeking inspiration is another essential task for stayingContinue reading “How I Stay Inspired”

What It’s Really Like Living with SAD

A Note From The Editor: While it’s never easy or comfortable to bring the deep issues that many of us go through, I am no less convinced that certain issues must be discussed in order to increase awareness, foster healing and to, perhaps most importantly, remind ourselves that we are not alone. The following is aContinue reading “What It’s Really Like Living with SAD”