I have always been the sneaker-type of woman growing up, but when I started working and can finally finance myself, I invested on footwear that I actually need. As someone who’s not fond of collecting, there’s no reason for me to buy so much excess. I also want to build a minimal wardrobe as possible and get staple pieces that I really love and can work with everything in my closet. I am not a fashion enthusiast. I only love wearing comfortable pieces that I can wear several times no matter what the possible occasion.
This list that I put together are different style of shoes in my wardrobe that go with every piece of clothing that I own and we know that choosing a good shoes can make a difference in completing a look.
Hey there! I had been really busy for the last couple of weeks which kept me away from writing anything. A lot of things has happened ever since the month of August has started and I am beyond blessed and grateful for all of it. I think it was about time to dive a bit deeper into what I’ve been up to. I am excited to be spilling to you all the wonderful events that I have attended and some freelancing job that I do which keeps me a bit busy.
Sometimes, when people finds out that I’m a blogger, they would usually get really surprise. Most were pretty curious about what I exactly do and how much I’m earning. But there are others who are deem quick to judge on how blogging is a waste of time– that it’s a no brainer job. Some would say,“That’s so cool. How lucky you are to be just sitting on the internet all day, writing, receiving products, and get to travel all for free.”
I have been in this industry for almost 8 years and how I really wish that I’d get to blog, receive free stuff, and get to see the world for free.
My search for great skincare products that can do wonder to my skin isn’t over yet and I don’t think it’ll be over even when I get to find one. If you have been following this blog since last year, you know how much I love skincare over makeup cosmetics. The beautiful thing about this never-ending search is when I get to find great beauty products and just by looking at it and touching it for the first time, I know I’m going to love it hoping that my skin would love it too. Read More »
This common childhood virus that has left dark marks and deep pitted scars on my face a month ago is something that I would talk about endlessly. Because it just didn’t gave me a restless time to think & research about products that would heal the scars faster, but it really intensifies my pre-existing anxiety. Not to mention that it has also dragged my self-confidence to the lowest. I know I had to something about it immediately.
Chickenpox scars, especially the deep sunken ones, are honestly difficult to fade. But there are derma treatments that can minimize the appearance of these marks. This treatment can be costly but they are one of the most effective. Although, what works for one person might not work for another. Still, I guess there’s nothing wrong in considering this treatment if you’re like me who’s desperately wanting to have a clear skin again. The treatment I’m talking about is Microneedling.