My TOP 6 Summer 2018 Must Read Booklist

  1. Ash Princess by Laura Sebastian -we all love a female heroine-
  2. The List by Patricia Ford -however, this does have a similar plotline to The Giver by Lois Lowry-
  3. Bring Me Back by B. A. Paris -I’m all for thrillers and mysteries and if you are too, I think you’ll like this one-
  4. Educated by Tara Westover -Coming of age stories are common, but what is uncommon is finding one so different from the rest-
  5. The Bookshop of Yesterday by Amy Meyerson -Love a good sleuthing adventure story-
  6. Stygian by Sherrilyn Kenyon -For readers who like romance and adventure in one story-

behind my monthly dress series

Hey guys, it feels like it has been a very long time since I’ve sat down and wrote for you guys. So, what I wanted to talk about was, if you follow me on Instagram, I’ve hinted about something called #TheMonthlyDressSeries and it was created by Leanne Barlow, a fashion blogger, where every month she makes a new dress. So, I was ultimately inspired by her series to do my own version of it. I’m going to be kicking the series off on September 1st.

I decided to start designing again because it is something that I love and I know that I’d regret not honing my talents while I still have the free time to do it. I will definitely be posting about each month’s dress on here with the time lapse video and photos along with my inspiration for each design.

I do have to say that while I already have my September and October dress completed, I still worry about whether or not I’ll have time to make my November dress. But, I’ll get it done sooner or later. Hopefully sooner.

Playing A Part

Playing A Part

Hey guys! I realize that I did miss a post on Sunday and that’s because I’m working on something big that’ll be revealed soon.

Anyways, so, today I’m going to be elaborating on the explanation of my motto.

Like everyone else, I have a motto that I live by and it was a culmination of my love for fashion and showmanship (I suppose it also appeals to my vanity as well). I had always and still do believe that the way you present yourself is extremely important. It’s confidence when you go out dressed and you are proud of what you show to the world. It’s being different in a way that doesn’t affect anyone else. It’s almost like playing a character everyday-and the character is who you wish you were and having belief in that you can become what you wish, and so in the process becoming the best version of yourself.

I think that ultimately we want to be the best versions of ourselves and the way you dress, and the way you present yourself is half the battle won. You want to present yourself with dignity and confidence because that is important in being successful in anything you put yourself to achieving.

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