For those of you who follow me on Instagram you might have noticed lately that most of my food shots have been tagged #lchf or #keto. I transitioned into a low-carb high-fat diet about 4 months ago and my mind and body have never felt better.
If you’ve ever met someone who needs to wear glasses to see anything that’s more than about 3 metres in front of them, then you’ve probably also heard of their deepest desires to have their eyes surgically fixed. After 15 years of needing glasses to see even the TV properly I can’t imagine how freeing it would be to have perfect 20/20 vision.
Two weeks back from our amazing trip around Vietnam and Cambodia and I guess post holiday depression has well and truly kicked in. Maybe that’s why I’m dressed head to toe in black.
I’m afraid you’re going to be seeing this bag a lot around here. Can you blame me though? After a very considered thought process and much debate about which bag to splurge my hard earned cash on, I finally decided on the Givenchy Pandora in Textured Lamb Leather. I picked it up in Singapore last month and have been in love ever since.
To say that I love these jeans is an understatement. I think I’ve finally admitted to myself that skin tight jeans are just not great on me. My calf muscles are too big or something (I can thank 15 years of dancing for that).Slipping into these R13 jeans for the first time was like slipping on a second skin. I knew immediately they had to be mine. And while I’m not the hugest fan of crop tops this Rue Stiic boxy tee is just the right length to balance the baggier fit of the jean in my opinion.
Nothing says summer is coming like an exposed toe. Yet I’m still forced to team them with a warming pair of jeans thanks to this schizophrenic weather. These Birkenstock-esque Harriet Sandals from Country Road are keeping my eye on the prize though and I’ll pull them out every time I want to get a little closer to summer.
Long weekends and the Margaret River region go hand in hand.
Blogging, social media and the Internet as a whole has no doubt opened up the world and broken down barriers between people. It’s easier than ever to get in touch with family and friends on the other side of the world but at the same time, we are more cut off from each other than ever. Of course the ugly side of social media is the rise in recent years of cyber bullying. The increase of suicides caused by cyber bullying is truly devastating but we can start making a difference, even if it is a small one.