Yaay! The chilly season is back! Even if winter makes going out an extreme sport and basically I feel like I’m ice skating all the time, I try to see this wonderful season through my inner child’s eyes. I live for the smell of freshly baked cookies, snow fights, building a snowman, scented candles and snuggling under a blanket in a pajama all day long.
HAPPY NEW YEAR, lovelies!
I know it’s already the second week of 2016, and I’m late (as always) but we had some technical difficulties so I couldn’t get a new post up. Time flies so quickly.. it’s overwhelming! Now we’re here, full of energy and power, no more issues, no more excuses, no more wasting time. It’s time to do it BIG!
How’s everyone? Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and enjoyed your time with your families, loved ones and friends. If you think that your shape looks rounder than the usual as you sit on the couch all bloated after the holiday meal asking yourself: “Why did I eat so much?”.. you are definitely not alone my friend.
“Thank God it’s Christmas!”
In my vision, the holiday season is all about spending time with our loved ones, a time to remember and appreciate how blessed we are. We have time to breathe, think and figure everything out. It’s the time when our minds recover that pure state of childlike innocence as we forget any worries, preconceptions and judgments. Instant bliss!
So happy to see you back on Stephanize!!
This article is going to be very close to my heart. It’s 4:07 in the morning as I write this. I just had probably one of the most breathtaking experiences in my whole life celebrating 18 years of ELLE Magazine at ELLE Style Awards 2015.
It feels so good to just sit here and write again for my blog. Ever since I started Stephanize, I have so many ideas flowing around in my head of what I should write about in the next article, shooting locations or new outfits. The possibilities are limitless, this freedom to write about whatever pops into my colorful mind is simply one of the greatest blessings. I write down every idea on a piece of paper, my phone, laptop or whatever’s handy, no matter where I am – At school, during classes(Oops) or on my way home (it’s incredible how a bus can become such a creative temple).