Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post from Clearly, content is original unless stated.
If you’ve been on the blog before, I’m pretty much wearing glasses in every single post that has my face in it because I’ve been wearing them since Grade 2 and contact lenses just makes me look like a human panda.
So one of the challenges I find is finding a pair of affordable sunglasses, which I usually only get once every four years or so with my company benefits. There is no point shelling out for a pair of $300 non prescription sunglasses because deep down I know I wouldn’t wear them enough. Clearly sent me two pairs of sunglasses that are fun and affordable! [Read more…]
I get a LOT of comments of what I carry in my purse because I’d be digging in it for hours when my friends ask if someone has some particular thing. Usually, I do. It’s legit my safety net. If I’m lucky, I’ll even have an extra pair of socks or ziploc bag that day. The stuff I carry around ranges from what typical young adults would have (am I STILL A YOUNG ADULT?! T_T) to what a grandma would use. But hey, if I have a headache that isn’t going to stop me from whipping out my minty oils. More on that later. [Read more…]
Black Friday sales everywhere! I’ve been holding off my spending (just a lil bit) – you know why? I’m off to Wizarding World of Harry Potter next week and I feel like I gotta throw my muggle money on some new robes and an interactive wand.
Often I go to media/blog events in between work or after work, which doesn’t give me much time on change. If you see me on public transit en route to work, I’m 99% of the time in sneakers, jeans, and some form or hoodie or sweater (now that it’s fall.) However, when I DO have somewhere to go, I will be pulling hair out of my head the night before trying to decide what to wear. Do I sacrifice looks for warmth? Can I just wear sneakers with this dress and look stubby, instead of trying to trot in heels all day? After changing around my wardrobe for the colder season, I came up with some ways to layer with a dress but still stay warm.