Not a perfect human

All those pretty colours.

All those pretty colours.

Living it up with my twin, clearly he is amused. 

 

My soul sister Aishah, helped me with this outfit. Also introduced me to colours. 

Currently sitting on the balcony in Spain, reflecting over the past year and how so much managed to change. I, for example, have added more colour to my wardrobe. I found myself getting depressed up, from opening my wardrobe, to what I know call, the black hole. So I opted for some colour, which had done me good.

A year ago, I opened up about how PPD had gone and butted in on my motherly instincts, but having had the opportunity to gain the tools to work through the struggles and thoughts that PPD brings into your life. It also gives you a new outlook on life, or should I say, makes you focus on the bigger picture. Something, if I hadn’t gone through this, I probably wouldn’t have been able to see.

The bigger picture is, to give less fucks and just do you. In the long run, who the heck cares about what size you are or how you parent your child. Something I wish I’d known the past year. But I know now, and I don’t feel that it’s too late to change around. My priorities are in check now; My son, this blog (lets not focus on my long break from it, but I’m back), getting into KEA so I can study Sustainble Fashion, and become a part of a fashion solution, my marriage and promoting healthy lifestyles (with and without meat. I still don’t eat meat, but my husband and son does).

Hope you missed me.

 

Karina xoxo


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