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ManyMonths Babyidea- Marketing or reality?

17 August 2018

Today I’d like to tell you a little bit about our experience with wool clothing for children, mainly with ManyMonths Babyidea, the brand focusing on making clothes that grow with the child and can be worn for months, even years.

I was pregnant with Emma and trying to prepare to be a good mother and among the things I learned that time was the fact that we actually can’t prepare to be good parents 😂 and that babies grow out of their clothes in weeks! Well, I was both right and wrong in both cases: being a good mother isn’t a purpose, it’s a journey full of unpredictable things that you may learn from; and babies really do grow out of their clothes fast, except for ManyMonths Babyidea. Also, I have proof and really good arguments for you to start believing that merino wool is the best natural fabric for the cold season (and the warm one too, but there will be another post on that subject).

  1. Clothes really do ‘grow’ with the child, they are not just big from the beginning , so they are very comfortable. For example, their bodysuits are provided with staples so you can adjust the length of the bodysuit to your child and you can completely detached that part too and turn the bodysuit into a t-shirt later. Another advantage is that if there are accidents (we’ve all been there 😅) you can only wash that piece of fabric, not the entire bodysuit. Especially since you don’t have to wash merino wool as often. And we’ved reached point number 2…
  2. Wool is antibacterial and lanolin makes it almost waterproof, so water and dirt doesn’t stick. Of course, keep under purring water it will get wet, but if the child spills something on himself, you can simply shake the water off the bodysuit. Also, if the bodysuit gets dirty soil on, you only have to wait for it to dry and then rub the dirt off. Sounds almost impossible, doesn’t it? Well that’s what I thought too, until I saw it with my own eyes. If we don’t have accidents, I don’t wash the wool for one to two months. I let it breathe and chill outside during the night and that’s about it.
  3. Wool helps with temperature adjustment, so your little one won’t get cold in autumn while wearing a simple bodysuit when other kids ‘need’ a jacket over their top. I usually dress my girls with 3 layers (merino, fleece and boiled wool) only during the coldest days of winter when we are climbing on a snowy mountain. But at the same time, as wool breathes so well and doesn’t retain water, your child won’t sweat during summer (at least that’s our case). When Emma is wearing synthetic clothes during summer she sweats so bad in the car or when she sleeps. That never happened while wearing wool. Next week I’ll explain more about fleece and boiled wool if you never heard the terms before and I will explain how we dress the girls according to the weather, completely evoiding puffy suits – typical for the winter time.
  4. We are too poor to buy cheap things😊 That’s what my mom used to say when I was little and I realize now what she meant and how true it is. Maybe you still think that the price doesn’t justify and you keep comparing wool to synthetic clothing. I used to do the same, believe me. But after experiencing all these things (and many more), when I saw that Emma wore for 2 years the same bodysuit and now Anna is wearing it, I realized what a great investment wool is. Because buying wool is not like buying random clothes, at least for us. It’s an investment very well though. I calculated how many bodysuits a child usually wears until 2 years old and how many times I have to wash them, I calculated how much time and money I would invest in that and compared it to ManyMonths Babyidea bodysuits. If you’re still not convinced, do that yourself and get your own answer. 😊

Those being said, with the proof and details written down, I invite you to test it all out and check the stock and the new A/W ManyMonths collection on the best website for natural fiber clothing for kids and not only in Romania. The lovely people behind HipHip taught me all about warm parenting and a slow living lifestyle, they helped me understand what type of mother I want to be and how to achieve that easier and sooner. And I’m not only talking about children clothing. HipHip helped me understand the benefits of babywearing, the benefits of having and providing my family with a healthy lifestyle, enjoying every day and every minute while respecting mother nature and teaching my kids to do the same.

Still not convinced? More proof is in the way! Stay close!

Fashion . Heart & Soul

The art of being busy

10 August 2018

One of the things humans are most proud of in our lives is how busy we all are. Being busy became a necessity, even an obsession for some of us. I’m saying that out of experience, I’m not judging others, I’m mostly judging and observing the younger version of myself, a free and spirited teenager versus my current version of a tired mother of two. In both cases I acted the same.

At one point we are almost ashamed to say that today we are just chilling. We are actually obsessed to occupy all our time and then complain about how exhausted we are. We are so stressed out about the little things and we add importance to meaningless stuff. We are sad, angry, always complaining and very irritated all day long. But Oooh, how we love saying “I’m just sooo busy and I have so many things to do!”

We feel like we value more and we deserve more attention if we work until we drop. Stopping is shameful.

I have insomnia since childhood and close friends know how awful it was back then and how it still affects me. I just can’t close my eyes if I didn’t have a productive day or I have something to take care of the next day. Being creative and artistic doesn’t help either, I constantly have to create and my mind doesn’t stop. These are my faults, I know them and accept them as a part of me, but being a mother has taught me so many things. One of those things is that being busy is NOT a virtue.

It’s a constant struggle for me every day, but I finally understood that I can proudly say “Today I’m not doing anything, I’m just chilling.” Yes, I still cooked, did laundry, bathed the girls and wrote an article. But I didn’t do all those things with the attitude of a busy and stressed out person. Today I stopped and tickled the girls on the laundry before putting it away. Emma spilled some water on the kitchen floor; after I helped her clean up, I dragged her through the house on the towel and I loved her laughing. Anna got fussy while I was doing the dishes and without telling myself “Oh, not now, Anna! I have so many dishes to do!” I took her outside for a walk. I let the girls splash as much as they wanted during bath time and I decided to only see Anna’s rolls dancing while she laughed, not the water spilled on the floor.

I’m not saying that being busy is a bad thing, not at all! I think that’s obvious! We do have to work: “first we take care of urgent things, then important ones and finally all the other things.” (Little poem learned in childhood). But at the same time we must find a balance between work and rest, between stressing and relaxing, without feeling guilty if we just do nothing sometimes.

When we were taking these photos I was constantly stressed out. I worried about Anna not falling asleep in her father’s arms, I worried about Emma missing and waiting for us, I kept thinking if my husband is hungry or if we have enough gas to get home that day. But I decided to stop. I decided to stop and enjoy the quiet and the lovely photographer who I loved spending my time with. I enjoyed the nature, the lovely wind and the sound of the leaves dancing. But mostly, I enjoyed my new dress from Osaha in Eliana mall, in Brasov. Such a lovely, comfortable dress, with a vintage vibe and perfect length for me. I never looked for cross-over dresses because, let’s be real, moms can’t really wear them as we are mostly spending our time on our children’s level. But this dress doesn’t open like it would normally do, it is like a normal dress with another piece of material on top. That’s what I loved about it. Actually the entire Osaha store had my heart. It’s a home for hundreds of dresses, all kinds of shapes, fabrics and prints. It’s so awesome! Well I’m not actually surprised as it is a family business for  decades. The sales lady actually works there for more than 10 years. Osaha is simply a family. The only thing missing is a cup of tea and some biscuits and we got ourselves a family evening in the living room.😊

Getting back to our subject, don’t forget we need to simply stop sometimes. For the sake of life. For the sake of our family, our mental and spiritual health. For the sake of little moments and things that really bring value to our lives.

And when we are asked “What are you up to today?”, sometimes let’s just answer by smiling and saying “Nothing.”🙂



Fashion . Lifestyle

Natural fiber clothing for children, why & where?

30 July 2018

A few years ago, before having children, I never thought of the fiber of the clothing I was buying. I always considered the quality, the price, shape, color and print, but never the fiber. I didn’t even recognized materials, their properties and production details. I never even considered that some materials may seem comfortable and cheap, but they might have a long term damaging effect on the environment and myself. I always thought that silk, linen, etc. were just “excuses” for adding another 0 to the price. I only realized how wrong I was when I got pregnant and took the decision to seek for a better lifestyle for my family’s benefit and my own. I started reading about the effects of the little decisions we make evey day and how we can improve them by trying to live clean, natural and healthy, being less harmful to mother nature, appreciating more the things we have on this planet for free and respecting that by respecting the environment.

I started by reading about natural/attachment parenting and felt like it’s what we as parents want for our children. I discovered parenting methods like Montessori, Waldorf, Reggio Emilia, etc. and we took from them things that suited our family. We then got to development books, it’s stages and how we can answer to our children’s needs, step by step. I started getting deeper and read about breastfeeding, baby-led weaning, babywearing and finally, all surrounding objects, including the clothes we wear.

I can still remember the first order of wool clothing I made for Emma in her first autumn season of her life. I spent my entire monthly wage and never regretted it. Usually, when you buy clothes for babies, they grow out of them in like 2 months. Emma wore those wool clothes for 2 years straight and now Anna is wearing them daily. I will tell you all about it in another blog post, so stay tuned for more details and proof that wool is amazing.

Today I want to tell you about some lovely romanian people that make clothes that I just felt in love with. For those of you who know, it’s clear that it’s almost impossible to find pretty wool clothing, they are usually very minimal and plain.  But my friends from MokoFUN are making some of my favorite natural fiber clothes for children with a very modern design and quite diverse: from minimal looking clothes, to pretty details, bows and prints. Plus, their pricing is just amazing!

Emma had a stage where she refused wearing wool clothes because they were too plain, without bows, pockets, etc. So you can imagine the excitement when I showed her the pretty dresses and skirts from MokoFUN!

Because it’s summer and so hot outside, we decided to go for a linen dress for Emma and shorts for Anna, because linen is a material that prevents overheating, it breathes so well, it dries up fast and it’s extremely light and fluid. Anna’s t-shirt is made out of the softest merino wool I ever felt. Yes, wool during the hottest days of summer! Wool it’s one of the best materials for any season, including summer. It prevents sweating, helps with temperature regulation, neutralizes odors and it’s naturally antibacterial. Only good things for your baby’s skin during summer!

And to make sure we’re giving them a good test, we brought them out on the hottest day of summer in The Village Museum in Sibiu, a location specially chosen to celebrate our beautiful country, appreciating what it was back in the day and what it is now, including the wonderful people who bring value to our country and do amazing things that actually make me very proud. These people deserve to be promoted and appreciated every day!

I invite you to see with your own eyes that everything I say is true, so make sure you give MokoFUN a click if you’re curious about what romanian people can do out of natural fibers and you want to support them.

And if you’re in the area, make sure you attend the Creative Buzz Fair in Sibiu around the 17th – 19th of August where you can find them and even me! Maybe we get to bump into each other! 😊

I tested them and they won me. It’s your turn to give them a go!

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The most delicate dress in the world…

20 July 2018

In the last few years I never owned a long, maxi dress or skirt. They just didn’t appeal to me, I never got their vibe. I never wore one, not even to a wedding. I always went for the 5 o’clock tea type, just to satisfy my need for vintage. But that radically changed when a very nice lady squeezed this lovely dress in my cabin, this soft, flower printed piece of art from Class Collection in Eliana mall in Brasov.

Probably many of you know that social skills are not very much owned by melancholic, introverted people like me and I’m sometimes reminded that by awkward interactions that may occur in my life, especially since my job pushes my limits and boundaries.

Let me give you an example…

A few days ago I took a little walk in the mall to relax and see what’s new. I got in front of Class Collection and saw tons of dresses in various models and colors and such beautiful prints! I timidly walked in, as I use to, just to look at some dresses that stood out to me: princess style dresses to the knee with beautiful flower print and huge skirts. As I was walking by, a lady got out of a cabin wearing the exact same thing and it was GOR-GEOUS. She was cute too, but oh, the dress! Such a flowy material and beautiful shape. Than another lady got out of another cabin in a cream structured dress, with a low neckline and conical shaped skirt. She was also very beautiful. And as I was analyzing those two dresses I got a glimpse of my face in the mirror and I realized that I was standing for more than 5 minutes ar the uncomfortable distance of 3 meters away from the girls, with an opened mouth, staring at them. I apologised and awkwardly left the store. But I came back 30 minutes later because I really wanted to try on those dresses, hoping that the girls where long gone and didn’t file a complaint against me.

Oh, have I told you that melancholic people can be very dramatic, too? 😂

I choose a few dresses helped by the lovely sales lady and went into the cabin. While I was thinking that I should shop in the kids section or put some mayo on my sandwich to gain a little weigh, someone slipped this dress in my cabin and I immediately loved it. Oh, it’s so soft and flowy! I felt embraced by hundreds of rose petals.

And after walking around in the park with it I realized what I’ve been missing this whole time not wearing maxi dresses. Any woman should own one, no matter what. Even if you’re not having a special event coming and all you want is a dress for holidays, or for a walk in the park, you should definitely go to Class Collection in Eliana mall to check out their dresses. You won’t regret it.

For location, program and contact:

Eliana mall – oficial site

Eliana mall – Facebook page

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Business woman in shorts?

12 July 2018

It’s difficult for some people during summer to dress presentable for work. It’s not easy nor for women nor men. I can see my husband refusing to wear shorts to work, even if he changes his outfit the minute he enters his practice. There’s no law against shorts being worn in his work environment, but he took this decision as a sign of respect for his patients and I very much appreciate that. I don’t appreciate the fact that he’s not wearing shorts on a hot day, I wouldn’t mind if he would, but I appreciate his motivation.



Anyway, a very nice lady asked me if there’s a way for her to wear shorts to work, but in a nice, smart, elegant way, because she works in an office. My first thought was “Shorts? Office? Elegant? That’s a challenge right there!” But obviously I like a good challenge, so I started digging for solutions.

First of all, finding a long pair of shorts (see what I did there?), a structured one that allows me to wear a shirt, wasn’t easy. But one day I bumped into this plaid pair of pants from Zara, that you can find in Sales now. My shirt is also from Zara. Hey, I’m a mom of two who can’t afford walking around in stores all day long. Oh, my bad, I’m actually a business women, trying to read my Forbes magazine before my meeting. 😁 All jokes aside, I actually really recomand Forbes magazine for those people who don’t enjoy reading articles from the phone, while drinking their morning coffee. I’m actually considering coming monthly to this coffeehouse with my Forbes magazine, just to have some me time, and why not, learn some new stuff from the business world.

Talking about my favourite coffeehouse, this is the best, loveliest place in town to get a coffee. I think it’s obvious why I’m in  love with Pardon from Sibiu. The retro design, good books and creamy hot chocolate with walnuts are just a few reasons why I never go somewhere else. Here I feel like home.

Going back to the outfit, I feel like a brooch at the base of the neck is so much nicer in the work environment than, let’s say a necklace. But it depends on your personality, of course. My brooch is from Sassimo Accessories. My gold shoes you already know, they are from Musette and they go with everything! They are so comfortable and on sale, too.

Having these things said, I strongly recommend you to wear whatever makes you feel comfortable and confident, according to your work policy and standards, of course. And yes, I think you can easily add shorts in your work outfits in a nice, elegant and modest manner, just look for the right pieces.


Fashion . Heart & Soul

In the garden with Monet

13 June 2018

I’ve been away for longer than usual, I’m sorry for that. I will post more about what I’ve been doing lately soon, but for now I want to explain this ambiguous title first. I hope that the following words are self-explanatory.

I’ve always been misunderstood as a teenager and I received many harsh words without actually doing something wrong. Having an artistic spirit, a melancholic character and daydreaming all the time is not a happy combination for a young person wanting to make friends. I’ve never tried to fit in, my mom always taught me to be myself and do what I love and I am good at. But people took that as superiority and you know what they say: “You’re either like us, or against us.” So I found shelter from judgment in my passions, in music and art in general.

A few weeks ago I was explaining Emma about Monet’s paintings and I remembered my quiet place as a teenager. I never told anyone this but when things got too loud in the real world, when things got too heavy in my heart, when words got too harsh and people got too mad, I went to my quiet place, which was Claude Monet’s garden. I imagined myself walking on his property, finding him in the garden, quietly painting one of his famous pieces of art. I looked at the sky, the flowers and at his brush touching the canvas, while listening to the beautiful song of birds. That was my favourite quiet places as a teenager.

Well, after a certain age I thought that people are not doing that anymore, I thought that adults are wise enough not to judge someone just because they are different. But here I am, finding myself judged for how I raise my children, for what I do and what I’m passionate about, for what I read and how I decorate my house, just because it’s something different. And they got to me for a little while, but I’m so blessed with a husband who loves every piece of me and helped me get past them. One other thing that helped me when I was down was going to my old quiet place and I loved it. Going there brings me back peace and strength and I found a way of bringing my imagination to reality. By clothing, of course… 😊

This outfit makes me feel like myself. This outfit brings me joy and shares a little piece of my mind. Plus, it’s so comfortable and easy to wear. My trousers are from H&M, my lovely shirt and shoes are from Asos and my precious hat is from . These photos were taken in the lovely Hilton Hotel in Sibiu, one of my dearest locations ever.

So, do you have a quiet place of your own? I would love to read about it in the Comment section down bellow, I need some inspiration. 🙌

Fashion . Heart & Soul

Just us two, on her birthday…

21 May 2018

I remember that moment when she first grabbed my hand. She was a few minutes old. I remember her weight on my chest, her smell, even the temperature of her little body, when I first held her. I can’t explain why I remember those details so vividly. I knew then that she’s the pure definition of love and that I would move mountains for her. After that came entire days and nights of holding, loving and keeping safe. Don’t be fooled, she did those things for me. She taught me real happiness, she helped me exceed my limits and appreciate real values. She healed me from an egocentric and a superficial character. She taught me to love and even to give myself, not sacrifice myself. Yes, I choose to give myself, because “sacrificing” sounds too harsh for us, moms.

Today is her birthday. My Emma is 3 years old. And all this time she overwhelmed me. I don’t even know with what because there’s no clear definition, I can’t explain what I feel when she holds my hand or she squeezes me in her little hands, when she puts her curly head on my face. I can’t explain my senses when she smiles or she tells me “I adore you, mama!”. When she stares at me when I read her stories and when I ask her what’s wrong she says “Thank you for looking after me, mama…”. Or when we are out and I buy her a pretzel and she asks “But why, mama, why do I get a pretzel?” just to hear me say that I love her and that she is worthy.

Many people say that she is too sensitive, too attached, to mature, too engaged and different for her age. But I don’t think that a “too” placed in front of qualities changes them into faults. She’s amazing just as she is. Emma will change the world, that’s for sure. I know it. Because she already started with me.

We managed to go out just the two of us, after having her little sister, Anna. It was short and I had to constantly assure her that daddy isn’t sad and Anna’s not alone. But every minute was amazing because I could enjoy all her gestures and all her words. Our joy was even greater because we didn’t just go out. We went to the secret magical garden of out friends from City Flowers, best flower shop in town. There we had a tea party and we enjoyed some cake (Emma made sure that I just get to taste mine 😁), surrounded by the perfume of millions of flowers.

But can you guess what really made us feel like princesses? That’s right! Our lovely dresses from Eliana Mall! My ballerina dress (as Emma calls it) is from You & Me Fashion, obviously. It has lovely details, very subtle sequins that offer a lovely shine. It’s so comfortable and it’s a statement piece that doesn’t need accessories, in my opinion.

Emma’s dress, on the other hand, turned everybody’s head. It comes with a beautiful bag and a hair accessory. I worked hard to convince Emma not to nap in it. She twirled all day long, while starring in the mirror. It has lovely details, done with great taste. It’s not too caky but it does have that something pretty that makes it stand out from other dresses. A very nice lady actually stopped us on the street to ask me where is it from. I gladly told her that Emma’s lovely dress is from AMB Fashion in Eliana Mall from Brasov. She even congratulated me for going to my little sister’s performance at kindergarten, she said it was very nice of me 😂.

And that’s how we had an unforgettable experience, us both, being at the right time, at the right place, dressed with the right clothes. I take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped us create such memories, starting with our amazing photographer, our lovely friends from City Flowers and more important, I thank Eliana Mall for offering us amazing collections of clothing to choose from every season. With their help, we lived as princesses for a day.


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Barefoot & flowers in my hair…

7 May 2018

When I was little I used to braid my hair with flowers and run barefoot on the grass. I used to climb the blossoming cherry tree in the back of our garden and just lay there on a branch, looking at the blue sky through thousands of white little flowers, with bees buzzing around me. Oh, how wonderful were those childhood springs!

This outfit brings back all those memories, one of the reasons why I love wearing it, reliving the freedom and happiness that I once used to. Sometimes I want my clothes to do more than keep me covered… And that’s not about vanity or shallow personality. I actually have a small amount of clothes, but they bring me satisfaction and they help me transport myself to a whole other world (and moms need that, you know… 😁). Also, this helps me a lot during the dark, difficult days, that any adult experience basically, to remember the really important things in life: peace, joy, thankfulness, even the innocence that I now see in my girls.

In that cherry tree I received a lot of answers to my questions and as I don’t have enough time now to meditate like I used to, sometimes I forget the conclusions that I once reached, and I forget that those conclusions might help me loose useless emotional changing.

And all those things just by wearing a simple custom made skirt, a shirt from H&M, a brooche and a flower crown, both from Sasimo Accessories. The flower crown can be shaped as you want, like I did here: I just gathered my previously curled hair with it, in like 5 minutes. This type of accessories help me look presentable to a wedding or an event, even if I have no time to fancy myself up. More quick and easy hairstyles here, if you need some inspiration.


I monthly organize at least a giveaway on my Facebook page, and for May I’m giving one of you two brooches and a flower crown like this one. The giveaway is still available for you to enter if you would like, it will end on the 10th of May.

Good luck everybody!


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40’s fashion & World War II – today’s inspiration

30 April 2018

Fashion is not dictated only by catwalks and high street brands. Global economy, events and social tendencies have a great impact on fashion. World War II changed the world, including the fashion industry of that time. We can still see the echoes of war’s consequences. But without taking about the suffering of all mankind and the darkness that conquered the world (because it’s not the time and place for that) I would like us to see how World War II influenced fashion in the 40’s and how can we get inspired by that period.

Fabric was rationed, both nylon and wool were needed for military uniforms and Japanese silk was banned in the USA after the attack on Pearl Harbor. A new synthetic and cheap material developed in the 30’s called rayon was used for making woman clothing. That’s when Jumpsuits came along for those desperate nights when the sirens blew and women had to dress up and find shelter quickly. Everyday clothes became a basic two piece outfit, a skirt and a fitted jacket. Also women were conscripted into industrial work, as all men were on the front, so hard work became their responsibility. That’s how the utility dress appeared a simple A shaped dress, with a collar, buttons down the front and a waist belt. They were easy to dress, very comfortable and practical, but pretty as well as modest. Evening dresses, pearls and sparkles didn’t exist anymore, opulence disappeared. The interesting thing is that women found a way of remaining elegant a feminine, even during those hard times. Red lipstick, waved hair and fine eyeliner didn’t miss from the everyday look.

Because I’m not an opulent person either, I like modest but beautiful clothing with history and character and I’m obviously melancholic, I find myself so much in the 40’s fashion style.

My outfit is inspired by the harsh life of the woman who stayed at home during the war, the woman who worked like a man in the factory, who run on the way home, hoping that the sirens won’t blow again and that her husband is safe on the front.

I don’t want to make you sad, many of you probably have in your mind images filled with sorrow from that period. I just want to remind you that the clothes we wear also tell a story. They talk about what we appreciate, what we love, they talk about our moral and sentimental value. They hold a great testimony of what we do and who we are.

We live better days now, despite the political problems that affect us, more or less. I just want to encourage you to enjoy the present. Don’t tie yourself to material things that stress you out, invest in your happiness and peace. You know I want to have a minimalist lifestyle (wrote more about it here) than fill my life with useless things with no value. I want to wear things that represent me and give me strength somehow.

The war also taught us that we may have a lot today, but nothing tomorrow. We are who we are today, tomorrow we may vanish. Let’s learn from the past of mankind and our own history. Let’s live today to the fullest, being inspired by the past.




Hat – Magazinul de pălării

Dress -Poema

Shoes – Zara

Belt – vintage

Fashion . Lifestyle

Elegant & romantic outfit in the amazing Hilton Hotel

25 April 2018

Do you have a special event coming, a wedding or perhaps a garden party? If all you’re looking for is a classic, romantic, delicate outfit, I have the perfect inspiration for you.

My dress was tailor made a few years ago, but I love this dress so much that I will make another one this summer, different materials and all. It’s so comfortable and this 5 o’clock tea length is my favorite. And when I saw this hat in my favorite hat store here, I knew my dress and this beautiful headwear were made for each other.

My gold stilettos are from Musette and they are a must-have! I’m so glad I have them in my wardrobe, they go with everything, especially because they have a smaller, easy-to-wear heel.

My birdcage? Why I have a birdcage? Well, I wear it so I don’t forget that I’m also a free bird, with a purpose and a destination, one that must not keep herself willingly captive and alone… But jokes and metaphors aside, I adore this birdcage style of bag from Asos. I was looking for something special, not a typical evening bag, something romantic, and here it is. It makes any basic dress look lovely. And it fits so much! Even Emma’s water bottle (which is the biggest thing in my bag basically 😅). Ah, the vibes she brings to my outfit are everything. I may need to call her Susie, as I love her so much.


I’m very grateful for having the opportunity to walk again in the halls of Hilton hotel. We held our wedding here 4 years ago and I’m so emotionally attached to this magical place. I think it was the care and professionalism that we were treated with that made everything so much greater. If I were to go back in time, I wouldn’t change a thing. Maybe I would just take the time to appreciate the services and comfort that Hilton hotels provide. Oh, we will definitely have our golden wedding anniversary here, too.

Thank you again, Hilton hotel, for having me!