I can’t believe we’re halfway through the year already, can you? Time really does fly. Did you start this year thinking it’ll be the best year yet? How is it going so far? As for me, it’s been a year of rediscovery and learning.  It definitely has not gone exactly according to plan but I’m not complaining. But before I get all deep and philosophical, let’s move on to a lighter topic, shall we? S-H-O-P-P-I-N-G, yay! I’m an online shopping kind of girl. Why? Because it is easy and convenient. 

  Where does self-love and body acceptance fit in with society’s beauty deals? Contrary to what some believe, self-love is not about “treat yoself”. It has nothing to do with acquiring material things either or even the monthly or biweekly wellness spa dates. Self-love is about truly knowing yourself and being at peace with who you are. Unfortunately, very few understand this concept. Instead, we live in a society so far removed from self-love that we are quite frankly sad and unhappy people. We, as millennials are so obsessed with

And we’re back to regular schedule!  (Blog post every Wednesday and Friday) First off, I feel like I owe you, my loyal readers, an apology for the silence. You don’t deserve it and I’ll do better. It is currently 2:15 am and for the past three to four days, I have been working non-stop on an assignment so much so that I’ve had very little time for anything else, not even to eat. I recently went back to study and the schedule with everything else I have going on is

Dove is a personal care brand owned by Unilever and has been around for over 6 decades. I grew up with my mum using Dove. It’s a classic. Dove has had its fair share of controversy, as a matter of fact, I stopped using Dove products a few years ago, 2017 because of its racially insensitive ads.  But, as a believer in second chances, I have decided to give the brand another chance, let love in, I mean, Dove. Let Dove in. Dove’s recent campaign on #RealBeauty was intended to break

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