I now seem to be an ingénue of winter. I’m lost on how to begin properly fortifying myself this year, but I’m starting with sweaters.
Careful consideration of my frugal and uninventive grocery shopping habits during the 2020 pandemic lockdown, has opened me up to the functionality of soups as perfect winter meals.
As restrictions relax, and people choose to calculatingly open themselves up to the world, style bears consideration – thus my glittering mask for errands!
Figuring out new breakfast bagel combinations, what to watch on Netflix, and why fruit is a hit-or-miss with me…
I am honestly just gushing about my extensive book collection, the shortlist for weekend reads, and ruminating on my book store shopping habits.
Toasting to the nearly bankable possibilities to recover & thrive, for our tourism industry, now that leisure travel is unlocked…After all: What’s a Travel Writer without actual travel – a nostalgic vagabond?
Its sad to think about all the bright & raw talents that stopped designing because of a lack of substantial and sustainable industry support. Atleast I have this coat as a piece of one local brands history!
Doctors are diagnosing many more cases of depression and anxiety during the Covid-19 pandemic, forcing social isolation.
Right now, I’m clinging to the mundane to stay sane & thrive.
I randomly just realized my breakfast today, resembled the much controversial airplane food look. My creations were divine – find out the makings now…
There are still so many Winter Essentials I still need, but a good place to start, is ERRE fashion house. Today’s AW 21/22 OOTD is shrouded in warmth and textured design.
What would a love letter to travel entail? I’m thinking of my vagabond treks across Europe, Africa, and the America’s…and there’s so much wanderlust in my memories!
I recently did a grocery run in the $93 bright fizzy yellow PUMA Rise Neon Women shoe, and I love how durable & chic they are, for a non-performance sneaker.
I’m a restaurant and takeout girl through and through, but it turns out that I can eat healthy, out of sheer boredom for the same home-cooked meals which I, myself, prepare. Today’s lunch is so plant-based healthy
A birthday in isolation, hundreds of miles from family, and minutes from friends I cant see – this cake-less birthday is a particularly momentous one because atleast I’ve survived a pandemic so far, right?!
Self-care with skin care, book lairs, and good threads!
If you’re questioning my high fashion attire, let it be known that the culture-shifting lockdown means the fashion rule book is out of the window.
“There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea.” – Henry James
My body has known the warmth of the African sun for more than 2 decades, and being without it for as many weeks as I’ve been sequestered, has actually impacted me psychologically.
In keeping with the white theme that’s become a staple of my Lockdown lifestyle, today’s fashion look takes Preppy Chic to it’s natural Work-From-Home conclusion.
Here’s the lowdown on my DIY interior design. I brought in atleast one thing that would evoke the spirit of hotel hospitality, enough to trick my wanderlust, into hibernating until Corona Virus has past through.
What’s the equation for the perfect self-care weekend – doable even in Corona lockdown? Well mine involves hot showers, luxurious face masks, and more….
Today, this foodie enjoys a breakfast that doesn’t involve a pan. Why is this weekends fresh Covid-19 lockdown breakfast such a production? Well…
Winter descended so quickly, so it’s time to air out those Winter fashion essentials, including a sturdy coat. Find out why I have a military obsession, and how it fits into today’s Work-From-Home look…
Breakfast today, is not poached or waffled. I’m enjoying a fluffy delights otherwise known as flapjacks, which have even been trendy at eateries pre-Corona…
Drawing Work from Home style inspiration, from the streets of Seoul this week. Why South Korea for fashion? Well let me tell you how they rule street style…