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    The Sun Always Comes Up

    After the rainiest days, the sun shines the brightest I wanna talk about the “mean reds”. If you have never heard of that state of mind I will let Holly Golightly do the explaining for you. In the movie “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” while talking with her new neighbor, Audrey Hepburn’s character asks him if he has got the “mean reds” before. Confused Paul suggests that maybe she means “the blues”, but this is what Holly gives as an answer: “No. The blues are because you’re getting fat and maybe it’s been raining too long, you’re just sad that’s all. The mean reds are horrible. Suddenly you’re afraid and you don’t know what…

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    The Butterfly Effect

    Let’s Talk About Fast Fashion I’m from those people that will not go and buy all kinds of stuff just because they are on sale. Most of my pieces in the wardrobe are well thought of and because of that, I can wear them for years mixing and matching. If you follow up on my blog maybe you have noticed that when it’s something that is hyped for the season I go to the affordable brands. The essentials of my wardrobe though are custom made. Of course, I will go and buy something especially for an event or a festival but again, I am aiming for things that I can…

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    Five Tips For Buying Designer Goods

    Treating yourself is important in this day and age, but not all of us do it as often as we should. As much as it can be nice to buy for others, it’s important to treat yourself first. After all, you do work hard for the things that you buy, and so you shouldn’t feel guilty about buying them. Designer goods are at the very height of luxury and indulgence. If you’re not someone who has brought designer goods before, then here are five tips that you should know before making your first purchase. Consider It An Investment & Save When it comes to designer goods, they’re normally quite expensive,…