July 19, 2016

"Oui oui," some guy working at a car wash called at me. "All you need is a baguette (beret)," silly Evelyn said, even though it works both ways.  This outfit was not intended to make me appear as a Parisian lady or a Venetian gondola driver, but it kind-of just happened.

The title of this post is inspired by a few things: 1. my outfit resembles that of a "french outfit" 2. I absolutely adore frenchies and on a more serious note 3. the tragedies that France has been facing. 

As many of you should have heard, the other day Nice, France was attacked leaving a significant amount of people dead.  I'm not one to bring up these tragedies, especially in a blog post like this but it's so heartbreaking to see how disgusting our world has become.  There's so much unnecessary violence that results in innocent people getting injured or losing their lives. It's sad to see this happening around us. Pray for all those countries in need.

On a brighter note, I've seriously been obsessed with french bulldogs lately. I want one so badly but that'll have to wait until I'm living on my own since my dad is against the idea of having a pup in the house. I'm already set on getting a frenchie as my first pup and I already have the name ready, so my future husband better let me do all the name-giving.  I've been stressing about post-grad responsibilities and I think having a frenchie next to me would have alleviate a good chunk of that stress ^_^.


July 12, 2016

We tend to travel horizontally, but sometimes we need to go vertically.  Part of life is going by a schedule, a daily routine but what do you do when you get bored? When you feel like it’s time to take a new direction? You take a step off your usual path and find something new, something different.

I’ve learned that while we’re young we should take advantages of all the opportunities that are put forth for us. They may not be right in front of you but with a little wandering and searching, they’ll find a way to you.  Now that I’ve graduated, I know never to settle for something that’s not making me happy or that’s not offering me what I deserve. With the days and months of being a little intern, I’ve learned a lot from those above me. I’ve also learned that those “above” you can teach you nothing.

My striped shirt gave me a little inspiration for this post, it being vertical lines instead of your typical horizontal lines. I paired it with some white shorts, a pair of heeled sandals, and a DIY necklace. I’ve been obsessed with chokers this few months so I decided to buy leather cording from Michael’s, measured it, cut it and viola, a necklace!  I’m not much of a DIY person unless it’s really simple but I’ve got an idea in my head and I’m hoping I can step out of my comfort zone to make it happen.

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