This time round, the anxiety was palpable with the girls. They were in the midst of getting their hair and makeup done, it was unusually quieter than their usual banter.
So chronic pain and my injury have been kicking my ass this year so I did not feature quite a few looks I have styled over the months, instead posting them on the Gram. But it is not fair for my readers here and I will make more of an effort to post them here first as I always have in the past!
Deepavali, the most important Hindu festival of the year is upon us and I was beyond excited when LISHA (Little India Shophouse Heritage Association) invited me to be part of a really momentous event to kick off celebrations for 2018.
A week.. or was it 2 weeks ago, time slips through my fingers these days and make no sense.. I had a breakdown. You know, the kind where you use your reserves until something inside snaps. And it came crashing down like a heatwave.
With a sort of blank slate after everything that has transpired, I encouraged myself to start posting on the blog again so here we are.
You don’t have to buy all of the trendy things to be stylish; pick and choose what you feel works for you. Make trends work for You instead of the reverse.
Here is a write-up I have been meaning to post on the blog since mid-2017, but what with the injury there was a lot on my plate. But like I always say, better late than never.
Although most of 2017 was pretty difficult, there were some important life lessons that I picked up on and my personal body positive journey saw some amazing changes.