It' time for another trip. This time I'll be roaming the streets of London and Rome. What a perfect time to get away. I've kind of been on my "loner" thing these past couple of months. I've had so much on my mind, re-evaluating my priorities, the energies I want to be surrounded by, and … Continue reading Mood Board: Passport Portfolio
Hair, it's constantly changing, at least for me it is. There are so many choices. so many colors and textures\, how can a girl choose? If you know me, you know that my hair is everlastingly going through phases. The other day I was in the mirror, with scissors in hand wand was two … Continue reading Mood Board: Changes
Recently I've been asked if I have ever been on a cruise, which I haven't. The next day I bump into this article. Is this a sign? I keep repeating this mantra. Being on time is always tricky for me. I need to be like these guys. Got myself a mini fridge for my room... … Continue reading Link Love
It's been a week now. I've been eating nothing but salads and spinach wraps for dinner. For breakfast, a banana and yogurt with nuts. It doesn't bother me at all, the change, though I do miss the taste of bacon. My last trip to the doctor has made me realize, it's now or never. Doc … Continue reading Mood Board: Diet or Lifestyle Change?
Now that I'm single, not interested in dating, and barely make an effort to hang with friends anymore... you look for things to do. I've been taking all this time to get to know myself, be self aware of who I am, what I like and don't like. What do I want to do, who … Continue reading 50 Things to do by Yourself
I walked in to work, my coworker is sitting on a sofa sipping her coffee, looks up at me and yells "Good Morning Millie, your hair looks fabulous! Hey, I'm liking this spirit, give me all the compliments, I'll take them wherever I get them. I've been trying very hard to stay away from heat, … Continue reading Mood Board: Cutting the Curls
Rebuilding a brand. I've been blogging since about 2007 and I feel like like I'm starting a new. When I was younger, I would just paint, draw, write my emotions away, until I was distracted with something else. No filter, no consideration for who was reading. I was sloppy, I was careless, and everyone was … Continue reading Rebuilding a Brand