I have so many small things that I want to do in life that I mull over for an absurd length of time.
I worry too much that I don’t even order food that I haven’t tried before; go to restaurants that I haven’t tried before. And it doesn’t stop their — Clothes, gadgets, style, etc — I;m not fond of trying out new things for the fear of regret. Eventually, the same unending cycle made me feel stagnant and drained my inspiration.
But this year, I want to make it about taking leaps of faith and mustering up enough courage to do so. My boyfriend and I already had started eating at different restaurants everytime we’re out on a date, and I already cut my hair short for a change!
And this time I did it. I finally did it!
Had my hair colored red. Not dark red. RED. Turned a blind eye on my hesitation and just went for it! (As if being pushed by the boyf to do it wasn’t enough). Well…Ok. I didn’t completely turned a blind eye on it. Still kept contemplating whether to color or not for the whole day! When my boyfriend was starting to color my hair, I kept on feeling my tummy churning and my sweat was cold. I know it was silly of me to worry about it that much but I was so afraid to murder my hair. Again.
But thank God the result is awesome! Red! Couldn;t believe my eyes! Kudos to my boyfriend for handling my hair gently ♥
Look inpired from Hyuna’s look on Troublemaker’s ‘Now’
Photos by masterchichichan Thanks for ze awesome photos! ♥
New hair! Finally had the courage to cut my hair short whitout any regrets or any wrong reasons for doing it :) Plus, so glad my boyfriend loves my new hair <3
Hoping that these Polka Dot dress would bring me so much fortune for this year! Lol. Though I hope that I don’t forget to hope for happiness as much because, honestly, I’m almost literally always fixated by thoughts of success and fortune recently.
Polka Dot dress, White stockings and Accesories is by Cherie Collections. They’re soon to open online so stay tuned! They have pretty and affordable clothes <3 / Beloved Necklace is by Istorya / Shoes from Parisian
Bittersweet 2013 is bittersweet. There have been heavenly blessings as much as there have been rugged roads along the way. Took me alot of courage (and maturity) to face decisions I once feared the most —
Growing up, learning to take up responsibilities, and being a little less selfish are some of the biggest things my heart learned to (and is still learning to) appreciate. You can’t imagine how being a little selfless can bring so much happiness to others.
And acknowledging that with prayers and faith in God, anything is possible. The answer may not turn out the way you want it to be, but believe in God, it is a hundred times better than what you expect. Everything is in God’s perfect time
Hello, 2014! We’re stuck with each other ‘til the end of this year, so please be good to me and please give me good health! :)
As I’ve said in Facebook, “Let it go. Let go of what’s dragging you down, stand up, and keep walking. But let’s not think that New Year is the only time to resolve your past. Let’s remember that God gave us every day as a new chance to become better. Blessed New Year, Everyone!”
Sometimes I feel like I’ve been born in the wrong era. Not that I would speifically want to be born in the 20’s. I just really adore how much effort women pour in their outfits to look pretty and presentable. Like those Victorian dresses. Oh what I would give to wear those dresses in this era without having anyone labeling me as weird. Or maybe even those traditional Filipiniana outfits! Because today, what’s ‘in’ is what’s ‘comfortable’ to wear.
Anyway, though I must admit that I’m a total geek for costume parties, I especially looked forward to dressing up as a 20’s girl all because of Sophie Kinsella’s book, Twenties Girl, where I totally adored the character - Sadie, who’s a ghost girl from the 20’s.
The ensembles to complete the 20’s look wasn’t that hard to find. However, I was lucky enough that we have a dress that is somehow similar to a ‘flapper dress’. Got the accessories from Welmanson’s (found in Quiapo). The quality is ‘ok’ considering its affordable/cheap price. It didn’t matter to me much since I was only gonna be using them once or twice for the costume anyway. Grabbed the fishnet stockings around SM department store. My boyf bought me the Feather Boa at Greenhills. Then made the 20’s headpiece myself :)
Of course none of the photos would be possible without my Boyf <3 Thank you for the photos, Masterchichan!
Happy New Year from us!
Hopefully, this year would be a good one for everyone! Less natural calamities maybe? I think my country have suffered more than it can take. Praying that people here in the Philippines who have been gravely devastated by the current happenings will keep living and get back up to their feet. I know that I can’t truly relate to the pain they’ve felt and still feeling right now. But all I know is that everything happens for a reason. We can’t live in the past and dwell on the things that aren’t there anymore. Because if you don’t let go of what’s keeping you down, you won’t be able to get back up again. It’s painful to lose the people you love. I can’t even imagine losing my family and my boyfriend. But be thankful that you are alive and belive that there is a reason why you’re still here.
withmylefteye asked: That cloaked photo set is very outstanding. I did something like that too kaso medyo maigsi lang yung tela kaya di kasing ganda nung photos mo. Feeling ko swabe na yung kuha ko until I saw yours.
Thank you very much! Though I have to admit, it was all thanks to darn luck. It was only on self timer and I didn’t have a remote so I kept running from the camera to the front lol And I only use natural light which I couldn’t control much. I’ll soon be using a set same to that with a model next time too~ I think you and anyone could do that better than me XD
Boyfriend brought home new little flowers for my working table last night <3 it’s just perfect being my other indoor plant already died from constantly falling off my window ledge because of the kittens.
And coincidentally, just last week I spotted a DIY that was simply perfect for this new plant - A Hanging Planter. It’s a space saver, it prevents my flower from falling off my window, and lastly, it makes plants look so much more adorable and more eye-candy! /my feels for cute things!/
So I made my DIY hanging planter with these things^ plus a pot. I just reused my old little pot, and covered it with a fabric tape! ~
Thank you to Artees Collection for the Jute Twine and Artsy Craftsy for the cotton-candy colored Baker’s Twine! These stores will perfectly complete your DIY projects! <3