Sweet Goodbye

Sweet Goodbye

Hi my dears, First and foremost, I have had a great feedback for yesterday’s post about inner beauty, thank you! If you haven’t read it already or want to leave me your opinion on it, please do! The post is here. On another note, today is the first day of autumn. Whaaaat? Where did my summer go? Time flies, really! But hey, no complaining, I started my summer on Erasmus, in Belgium, then spent some amazing weeks in Romania, at home, went to the beach for a week and then finished it off in England. It was quite a good summer, if I am to be fair here. So while setting the start to fall, I am saying goodbye to summer, but it’s a sweet goodbye if I remember my days at the beach, surrounded by family and a beautiful sunset, absolutely perfect. And yes, I miss that. But I believe in living in the moment and cherishing the past through memories while believing in the future through wishes! Of course, saying goodbye is not easy, but giving the fact that I have been in England for a couple of weeks now, I got used to the British weather and to people saying “what summer?” whenever the summer talks were on. So this is just to make it official, it’s September now, and summer is gone. But hey, see it this way – you will finally have the chance to try all those fall trends that you had your eyes on! Oh, and layering, yes, the layering game will be strong. Can’t wait to get inspired by all the...
Pink Ballerina

Pink Ballerina

I have always admired ballerinas and the grace which they dance with. They always put on a perfect show and don’t let you see the amount of hours that they worked and how many times they got hurt or didn’t get to eat because they were practising. All because of the amazing passion that they dance with. And even if the dance styles that I approached were far from ballet, I have always loved watching a ballet show, because they are all so pretty and classy, and they look fairytale-ish. And more than that, we all know ballet is not easy and that the dancers often go through a lot of pain while rehearsing. Even so, that pain is never seen, that struggle is never seen on stage. On stage, they play their characters to perfection. And more than the tutus (I always wanted one) and the beautiful dances, I admire their strength and discipline. Furthermore, how they teach themselves that strength and that discipline all because they love their passion and they want to succeed into fulfilling their dreams it’s truly impressive. And right here is what we all have to learn. That believing in our passion and working constantly into achieving our dreams by believing in ourselves and our passion is the key to being content with ourselves, with our work. I always try to remind myself that I have to keep going and believe in my passion, because it will eventually get me to where I want to be. And it’s hard sometimes, and letting go seems so handy sometimes, but I try to not embrace...

Holding On

I have tried to hold on to Barcelona for as long as I could… Even so, it was not long enough, and I still think of that Palm Trees lifestyle and with summer coming up, all I can think about is that I want to escape to a place like that and stay there for the whole summer! Even if Belgium gives me chocolate, it also gives me so much to learn. And, you know I love learning, but as a student, you know that time comes when it’s sunny outside and you have to stay in and study for exams. Yes, it’s not the ideal situation. So, I must say, even if it’s not that sunny, I miss England and its practical system, where not everything is about exams and theory. But, no more complaining! I will just take it as it is and enjoy my last few weeks here, on Erasmus. I cannot talk about leaving yet, because it seems unreal, so I’d rather go on and on about these exams and everything that I need to study. Truth is, even with all its bad sides, I don’t want it to end. So, as I am still holding on to Barcelona, I am also holding on to this beautiful experience and I hope to make the most of what’s left, because I will for sure miss it.┬áNo time to turn sentimental, because these exams still need me to be focused! So I’d better get back to studying, even if my mind is thinking about everything but that. Like where to travel next, or what happens after Erasmus...