Last summer I bought a lot of things on Ebay which made you ask a lot of questions so I made my own Ebay Guide where I described to you how to do everything from creating your own account and how to buy things to my own tips of what is good to think about and know that I had learned from my time at Ebay. You can find that post HERE.
This fall I made a tutorial on how to make curls that really last. I showed you step by step how I did and what products I used and how. There are many tricks that you can use to get more sustainable curls. Today I curl my hair in a slightly different way, which I also will show you in a post soon! Read the post HERE.
I wrote a big post about basic clothes where I listed all the important parts of the the perfect basic wardrobe and where you could find great options. Basics is the foundation of almost every style and it's good clothes that are both easily matched with other garments and with each other. If you want a great style the basic wardrobe is a good place to start! You can find the post HERE.
Every time I've been to London the past years I have updated my London Guide. This fall I updated it for the fourth time with a lot of new tips. In my guide you will find everything from the best shopping and accommodation to all the best restaurants and what you can do on the days you don't want to shop, whether you feel like sightseeing or a quiet day outside of the hustle in the city. You can find my guide HERE.
I wrote a post about self-esteem. How important it is, how it can look, how you can work with it but most of all how difficult it is and how nothing is ever permanent when it comes to self-esteem. No one has a good self-esteem that is permanent cause everyone's self-esteem may falter and that is something that you will need to work with throughout your life. Read the post HERE.
My first (and best) DIY post was a lampshade that I made myself of small paper roses that I also did myself. It took a little while but I was so very pleased with the result and it was worth every minute it took to make it! You can see how I did it HERE.