I had a relaxing and quiet weekend. I skipped out on Fete de la Musique in favor of sleep and rest and to fully recover from my neck muscle spasm (it still hurts a little, though).
A few more days before Joey comes home!
A cropped view from the 11th floor. We had a really pretty sunset the other day and this was the view from our side of the office.
In an effort to surround myself with more beautiful things, I picked up a couple of succulents from Fiesta Market last night. I’ve been wanting to start a succulent collection or a container garden for a while now but I kept putting it off because I haven’t had the time to research on how to properly care for them. Silly, considering succulents are hardy plants that require minimal attention.
Once again, I’ve neglected my blog! I didn’t mean to; in fact, I’ve been jotting down ideas here and there. It’s just that between work and my social life (okay, more like coupled life), I find it hard to make time to blog. I also tend to come up with what I think would make interesting posts only to dismiss them later (when I’ve sobered up he he he) because I realize they’re a bit more personal than I’d like to be on the internet.
Maybe one day I’ll stop caring (again).
6AM. Bleurgh. Is there any fate worse than having to wake up early in the morning?
With your eyes closed, you punch at the bedside cabinet until you find the snooze button on your alarm, grumble, rise and head for the mirror. “Urgh”, you mutter to yourself.
Your eyes are puffy, hair frizzier than an arid desert, face still blotchy from pressing it against the pillow and your entire body feels limp from exhaustion. So, what do you do? You hop in the shower, slap on as much makeup as humanly possible and hope you feel better tomorrow morning.
But what if there was a more effective way to look good without suffocating your body with cosmetics and product?
Here are a few tips on how you can look great, all without product.