Sleep is so important, especially when you have a busy lifestyle. I work five times a week and having a good sleep affects my productivity throughout the day. Don’t get me wrong, I was never a morning person. I used to sleep all day, almost everyday until I realized I’m not being productive. Something needs to be changed so I worked hard to achieve a healthier sleeping routine. Today, I am going to share with you how I changed my routine, hoping that these can help you with your sleeping problems.
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Clothes make me happy and the thought of having a walk in closet surely excites the hell out of me. My idea of a dream closet, though, has changed through time. Back when I was still single, I wanted it to be an expression of my style. Now that I am already living in with my fiance, I want it to be convenient for the both of us, something that complements both of our styles. Either way, whatever my relationship status is, my dream closet still needs to have lots, lots and lots of storage!
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Many are becoming attracted to buying and selling because of how fast and easy it’s done. Basically, you just need a product to sell, a camera, an internet connection and then you’re good to go. Despite of being easy, you will be needing a lot of time and effort in order to be successful in the business. That’s why today, I decided to write a millenial’s guide to buying and selling in order to help increase your chances in earning money (and saving too!)
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Hi guys! It’s already fall, can you believe it? Time went by so fast! I know what’s next, and I don’t want to think about it—not yet (WINTER!) But before focusing on the colder season, let’s talk about summer first. I know I haven’t posted a blog throughout the summer season and I think I owe you guys some update. Well last summer I have been GOMO. GOMO stands for Going Out More Often and I think summer was the perfect time to make fun experiences and new memories.
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Every renter knows the struggle of keeping their rented space a comfortable place to live in. This can be tough for professionals and young professionals but can be even tougher as a student. Not everyone have all the time and money on reinventing your space. Not to include the patience of doing everything in order to make your place decent. I may have not rented a dorm, but I rented an apartment before so I know how it feels. As a firm believer of being fab without splurging a lot, I listed some ways on making your dorm room more convenient in the cheapest way I know.
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“Your size does not define your beauty.”
This is a mantra I’ve been living for almost 2 years now. I never experienced being thin and I grew up having a lot of insecurities before I came to the conclusion that I should not be bothered about my weight. True enough, it is appealing to be the world’s definition of “sexy” but just because you don’t have a flat tummy, nice boobs or a stunner ass does not mean you don’t have the right to be called as “beautiful” or “sexy”.
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Originally posted on my Tumblr account, December 2014.
I’m the most paranoid person you’ll ever meet. My close friends know how scared I am even on petty things. So I don’t even know why I wrote this blog. Lol. My purpose is mainly to inspire people. And also to give encouragement to every person who doesn’t believe and love themselves that much. So here’s the story..
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