photo from A Pair & A Spare
Happy holidays! In this week leading up to Christmas, I’ve actually gotten myself together surprisingly well. I packed up a big box full of gifts and sent it to my parent’s house, since we’ll be celebrating Christmas in Hong Kong this year. That was my biggest stress, to get the gifts there before Christmas Day. So fingers crossed all works out as planned!
I’ve got most of my fiance’s gifts already. All I need to do is wrap them and do some last minute shopping for his family. Besides that, it’s relatively smooth sailing from here on out! I may even have time for one of these 5 fun holiday DIYs. Who’s with me?
photo from Style Me Pretty Living
It’s September! And even though it’s still 80 degrees and humid here in Hong Kong, I can’t help but secretly be super excited for fall. I mentally consider seasons to have arrived probably way earlier than most normal people. Growing up, my mom used to put out different holiday decorations each month. So following my birthday on August 30th, she’d break out the pumpkins, autumn leaf garlands, and fall hand towels. I hope you’re on board with me here with my 6 tips for how to start properly celebrating fall!
photo by Oh Happy Day
Happy (almost!) Easter! I’m flying to Thailand for the long weekend with my boyfriend. Julian wants some sun and to enjoy his last holiday off work for a while. I couldn’t argue with that! Also, it’s his birthday this month, so really anything goes haha. Anyways, while we’re having a tropical Easter, I’m dreaming of simple ways to livey it up and make an unconventional twist on the traditional Easter. Hope you enjoy these tips for how to throw a fun (and simple!) Easter party!