I love love love Apartment Therapy. The house tours make me feel like a welcomed guest, and décor/ design of some of these apartments are amazing. Especially this little studio that hold gorgeous furniture and design, and its only 475 sq ft!
It must really be because it is seen in every store right now. From Nordstroms, Macy's, to Neiman's. Ruffels and Chiffon have consumed most of these stores. Maybe it is just the trend that's making me go gaga for this combination, but I love the look of romance that it brings. Especially this Vera Wang dress below. Kim Kardashian wore one that is very similar for her wedding, but I love the idea of color for a wedding dress.
I believe to have only known a few people who to seem to genuinely love their job. I for one am still trying to find my happiness in my job. Finding a job isn't easy in the first place, and it's even harder when you live in Hawaii. There are two main components that make up Hawaii's economy, that's tourism and retail. Given that the state is condensed with 1.3 million people that are all competing for the same job, the same dreams, the same aspirations.
It's hard to hold your head above water, when you see people struggling for the same things you aspire to be.
I always day dream of what my feature home would look like. I imagine a shabby chi feel, with a twist on geometric shapes of architecture.
I know that this probably sounds odd, but the feeling is always there when I see pictures, or places that remind me of Europe. I love colors and shapes that reflect distinctive designs, and when I wen to San Francisco for the first time last October, I fell in love.
The buildings, and history behind them all made me feel that I was in another world. I love how the city kept its roots, holding on all the old buildings, buses, and Italian style houses. I love the fact that the streets are straight, but slanted enough that you appreciate the steps.
Its funny how catching a bad case of bronchitis can somehow change your outlook on life.
Geez, if over dosing on Airborne, and Powerade can do this, someone should definitely put a patent, and send it to FDA for further testing.
This is obviously, not a good start of the week... I've gotten sick since Saturday night, forced myself to go to work on Sunday morning(not the best idea), come Labor Monday to find out that no Doctors work(obviously). No Doctors=no medication, hence no medication= Airborne+Powerade+water+peaches(only fruit in my house)+Advil= still sick, but just bearable to finally to stay awake for longer than an hour. Not to mention on Sunday I actually fell a sleep for two hours in my CAR! In the parking lot...yes my complex parking lot, that's how weak and tired I was, that I couldn't even get out of my car to go up the elevator. I guess its a good thing that I'm off till Tuesday, but that only means I wasted my time off recovering...
So here it is mindless ramblings of a girl high off of Airborne and Powerade, hope everyone else in the world enjoyed their Labor day weekend...