How To Be Emotionally Independent

Is there someone you feel like you can’t live without? Have you uttered statements like “I don’t think I can exist without you”, “I can’t live without you” “if you leave me, I wouldn’t know how to exist” and meant it from the bottom of your heart?

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Life Lately… September 2019

I’ve never owned a journal but if I did own one, I would have written this post in it. Lately, I’ve been waking up feeling uninterested to start my day. As a matter of fact, I snoozed my alarm most of last week and skipped my early morning workout.

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10 Life Lessons From My Past Relationships

Love is amazing.
 You meet someone, you start talking every day, you start dating and then you make it official. You’re happy, you’re in love and you can’t imagine life without them. Then somehow, everything changes and that person becomes an ex.

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20 Things I Like About You

I like how your eyes light up when you see me.

I like how you ask how my day went every single day even on a Sunday.

I like how you check up on me even when I haven’t texted or called in a minute.

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Statement Piece: The Batwing Shirt

Ever styled a batwing piece? On Saturday, I had plans to meet up with my friends and I wanted to wear something super comfortable so I grabbed my batwing shirt. It’s called a batwing shirt because

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6 Ways To Maintain A Work-life Balance

Adulting is hard, very hard and so is finding a work-life balance. We spend so much time at work or working that we often forget that “work” is just a part of our lives.

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Wherever You Are Is The Perfect Place To Begin

Worrying or pondering over something we need to get done is customary for almost everyone. Perhaps we worry because we are afraid of the unknown, because it takes us away from our comfort zone, because we’re waiting for the right moment, or because we feel incapable.

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What It Means To Be A Friend

Be a friend that shows up when needed and is always eager and ready to help in every way.
Be a friend that offers support instead of hate or envy.

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Sometimes, Less is More

I know you’ve heard the saying “less is more”, a phrase adopted in 1947 by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe several times but do you agree with it?

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