“Inspiration is one thing and you can’t control it, but hard work is what keeps the ship moving. Good luck means, work hard. Keep up the good work.” – Kevin Eubanks
Hello hello! How are you my dear readers? I am just popping in to share a bit of an update and to show you another great outfit taken some time ago. This year is the first time for me that I have all my exams before Christmas. So therefore ‘stress’ is sky high atm. As I did not really attend the lectures during the semester (bad student?) I’ve got literally overwhelmed by the (freaking!?) mass of material… Ok – actually I’ve been enjoying the last few months a lot. However, now the paycheck for all the missed study hours has arrived. Therefore, I’ve no time for Instagram nor my blog. Can you believe to cut that out for some weeks (or at least days)? If you’re interested to start slowly, read my previous article about a Social Media Detox. And if you are literally on the edge of failing your exams:
Simply ban your Smartphone and other Social Media and FOCUS!!!
No sprinkle stars and Christmas Shopping over here. But hey, the more I am looking forward to the Festive Days… I know it’s not so super Christmassy, but the weather is by far to mild here and therefore it was even ok to wear the jumper for a while without jacket. I fell in love with the pretty simply but still amazingly comfortable fabric of this sweater. And over the last few months I’ve grown a collection of amazingly funny and colorful socks. While the rest of my ‘outfit’ these days covers sweatpants and comfy shirts my socks are always the best part 😛 Fitting into the ‘luck’ theme which I need for the exams I’ve received these amazing pair from Dillysocks (thanks!) Aren’t they cute? And in my opinion they add the little bit of extra to that ‘hipster’ like outfit?.
What do you think about colorful socks? No-Go or ‘stylish’?
I hope you are already in Christmas mood and hopefully have already your presents bought and wrapped?
“To acquire knowledge, one must study; but to acquire wisdom, one must observe.” ― Marilyn Vos Savant