Hi everyone! The world is a little bit of a crazy place right now, isn’t it? I hope that you and your families are all doing alright with the stress of it all. On a much lighter note, despite being at home over the past few weeks, I’ve been pulling out some of my favourite dresses to wear simply because they make me feel good. When I take the time to get dressed in the morning, I feel productive and know that I’ll conquer all my goals for the day. In essence, all I’ve been doing is continuing my pre-lockdown morning routine and getting up, dressed and organised for the rest of the day and it works like an absolute charm. Here’s a look at a few of the outfits I’ve been wearing during lockdown along with links to everything I’m wearing.
Hi everyone! I thought it was just worth writing a little note to say that this is a really weird time we’re living in. There’s so much uncertainty and so much unknown. We can’t predict what will happen tomorrow, much less make plans for the future. Most people are currently in their countries of residence where they will remain for the forseeable future. Most people have spent the weekend at home, practising social distancing. Weddings have been postponed. Concerts have been cancelled. Many are working remotely. It seems a little like we are bracing ourselfs for an invisible monster and, to keep safe, we’re locking ourselves inside our own homes. Odd times indeed.
I happened to be reading Zoella’s article on a “backward bucket list” and I thought it was such an excellent exercise for reflection that I decided to work my way through the exercise of beginning a statement with the phrase “This decade I have…” and each word listed below. It’s quite a beautiful exercise because it forces you to think wider than the tunnel vision that we automatically generate that’s focused on the present moment in time. It challenged me to think a bit and definitely required a little bit of long-term memory recall. This decade I have: