So I’m not exactly sure for who I’m writing this post. For bloggers? for anyone interested? for people that are thinking to get into blogging? Any way, this post is all about the challenges that I face daily as a blogger, along with personal experiences and a few tips to help being your awesome blogger-self. Let’s get started, shall we?
If you say “classic outfit to wear to the office”, I instantly visualize a black pencil skirt worn with a crisp white shirt and black pointy heels. Now don’t get me wrong, I love a classic look. In fact, I’m all in for it. However, in order for me to feel comfortable, I like adding a bit of personality to my office outfits.
Wearing: Oasis katy coat (also love this grey one), Oasis check blouse, Oasis black pencil skirt, Oasis black sandals, 3.1 Phillip Lim black mini satchel (in LOVE with this silver metallic one), Sportsgirl layered necklace (similar here), Michael Kors silver sport watch, Assorted silver rings
It’s kind of random to start a post like this, but my current state of mind is something like: “Man, it’s hard being a grown up”. The routine, the responsibilities, never having enough time to get things done, it’s just frustrating. To be quite honest, I’m having a hard time finding the right work and life balance and to stay on top of it all.
With a hit of neoprene and a pair of lace up heels, I’m not sure whether this outfit qualifies as casual any longer. But I’m not sure if that matters either. I’m wearing a sweater from the Nicole X Missguided collection, which happens to be my favourite piece of the range. It’s a tad over-sized and with its cool details, it’s everything but your regular white sweater. Along with the comfiest and softest Mavi boyfriend jeans, this is one of those outfits that I feel utterly good in.
Imagine this. You’re moving from Perth to Dubai. You’ve sold most of your belongings. You’ve packed up half the house. You’ve made arrangements at your job. It gets cancelled at the last moment. It happened to Hassan and me. Let me share with you the story in which I got to experience first-hand what discrimination really means.