Let's Talk About Lips

In the age of social media, comparison – particularly when it comes to appearance or beauty standards – is a constant issue. Instagramers look bloody perfect. Highlight is popping, brows are amazing, holy contour. Hey, I edit my photos, too. And there are previous posts where I know full well now that I overdid it and look like an alien.

But let’s talk about lips.

Really. That’s what I want to talk about.

I have a point, I promise.

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Korea Loves Love Holidays

I speak from experience when I say Korea loves holidays. I mean, we even celebrate “Pepero Day” on November 11th because four of the standing cookie sticks look like a series of ones. And Pepero celebrates some added coin in the pockets. But when it comes to Valentine’s Day, Korea sees your single holiday and raises you two.

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Battling Anxiety, Bit By Bit

For those of you who are new to my blog or who have just recently started following me on social media, you may not be aware of my struggles with perfectionism (you can ready my blog post on that by clicking HERE), depression, and anxiety. I want to start this post by saying that I am far better than I used to be so for anyone battling similar issues, it is possible to heal, albeit slowly. I also want you to know that it is perfectly normal to encounter some relapses or flare-ups as you do. I experienced one myself just last week – and am still feeling its effects.

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Photography Challenge: Week Two

It didn’t take me very long to decide on how I would complete week 2 of the Dogwood 52 Week Photography Challenge after I saw what the focuses were: (1) the Rule of Thirds and (2) motion.
Do you know who is always in motion? Small children.
How many small children do I know that love being on camera? Three.
Perfect.

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Photography Challenge: Week One

Let’s travel back in time to the age before the internet when singles adverts were placed in newspapers. Like Tinder but without pictures. How would you describe yourself? It was by asking myself this question that I came up with the idea to do a panorama of my room. To accomplish this, multiple photographs had to be taken and merged in editing. And my dogs had to stay still.

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