People say that after the COVID-19 crisis, the world will never be the same. And most of them are mean that worldwide systems (economics, industries, etc.) will collapse and go down. So as you may notice, we got only negative things with the horrible, catastrophic scenarios. By looking in such chaos, I’ve decided to share my opinion and to beg you all to stop the panic. Why? Because the sun is always coming up after the storm.
What can we value? Gold and diamonds, family members, comfort zone, cosiness – such a big list. If to dig deeper into the philosophy, the checklist includes Global Peace or philosophical singularity. By seeing behind the curtain of mentioned above, the time is the most valuable resource of all times. And always will be.
I have never thought I would fall in love with… working out. What stopped me earlier? Well, I had some doubts before I finally gathered myself to buy a membership at the local gym.
Here is a nice perfume I have been using for the past couple of years. Or the versions of it from Dior. I bought the first one just after A. stumbled upon a sample at Vogue magazine and made me smell it.
It was a gorgeous fragrance indeed –
Remember an episode in Sex and the City that’s called “Valley of the Twenty-Something Guys”, where most of the men under 30 are considered to be teenagers, almost children? That’s how I was and I am treated in US, UK and all over Europe. And I love it.
I have worked with a fair amount of beauty / style / lifestyle / fashion bloggers. And let me tell you, I’ve found some interesting pattern. Most, not all of course, of those bloggers were extremely self-concentrated: ‘What I ate for breakfast’, ‘My autumn vibes’, ‘My spring outfits’, ‘My trip to Paris’.