Monthly Archives: January 2015

CUT OR NOT TO CUT?!?! |HAIRSTYLES

As a girl who’s had long hair, layers, short hair & different variations of a bob, I can tell you: short hair rocks! But in spite of all the compliments from other girls, I’m growing my hair out again, with a semi-solemn vow to never, ever cut it all off again.

But for the last couple of weeks I recently thinking about cutting my hair again. With me it is always the same. To cut or not to cut?!? The long bob is a long ongoing trend but I also like the razor cut with short layers. Why is it so difficult to decide to cut my hair and to decide what I want. Do you have the same problem?Once it is cut you can’t go back but I also don’t like to wear the same hairstyle for too long. I like to keep it interesting.

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MOTIVATIONAL MONDAY | #1

 

7c650df6fa2e93300e19a73764250025 (1)With the spirit of my post from last week I wanted to give you a little bit of motivation to kick off your goals just right. I wanted to share with you my inspirational quotes which gets me through difficult times and to help met getting back on track.

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AND SO THE ADVENTURE BEGINS…

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I am always very optimistic at the beginning of a new year. I feel like everything changes, a fresh start. It is quite a bit magical. In my last post I talked all about new year resolutions and the deep meaning of it. I’m all in for making changing and trying to be a better version of yourself. Read more

NEW YEAR = NEW YOU

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FIRST OF ALL, HAPPY NEW YEAR 2015 TO EVERYBODY OUT THERE!

Let’s be honest at the end of the year everybody makes New Year’s resolution to start the new year with a better, healthier and happier version of themselves. It is the first blank page of a new book so make it a good one.

But before you’re looking to kick off 2015 with a pledge to get healthier, fitter, or happier, first let me remind you of something. Most New Year’s resolutions are pointless. New Year’s Resolutions — they’re dumb. Yeah, I said it. What, you don’t think so? You’re wrong.

Sometimes I think that the idea of a “New Year’s Resolution” was invented by the media to have something fluffy to write about during the dead week between December 25 and January 1. It certainly gives authors, radio hosts, and bloggers plenty of fuel for pointless articles about how to make, and keep, a resolution.

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