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Outfit Details:

 

Dress: Belle Jean Clothing

Shoes: Parisian

Necklace: Swarovski

Other Accessories: Beads and Pearls

 

Today, I will be posting a really #throwback post. These photos were taken last year when I was still super skinny with black shinny hair and full bangs. I literally lost this file from last year because I forgot to what folder I saved the file. Last week, I cleaned my computer and transferred my files to my newly bought external hard drive since I have been having issues with my laptop. It was really “slowding” as I have so many pictures stored in my laptop for more than a year of blogging and it accumulated so much space for large photos I have. I was arranging files and categorizing photos when I opened this file from last year. I inspected the photos and felt this nostalgia taking over. I was like “oh my god, I totally look and feel different from what I was before”. So yes, I totally am different before. I was a perfectionist and very organized. I always wanted everything in order, I even have a to- do list of my daily activities and my upcoming activities. I go to gym 5 times a week for cardio and yoga and kept a really healthy lifestyle. I watch what I eat and drink and try to get at least 8 hours of sleep. Ever wonder why I changed? Maybe it will come a point in your life when you will just get tired of routine or rather you have found a reason for happiness that will not require you to be perfect. I guess I have chosen the latter course. Changing my habits did not change the way I am. I’ve kept the same circle of friends and even gained more. I am happy looking at my old photos because just like the theory of Charles Darwin, human do evolve, this time, not from being an ape but from being just a human.

 

 

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  • Thereseee

    Oh my god! I saw you in ayala, you are not this daut na. I like you more with meat in your bod waren.haha

    • http://www.warenjeango.com/ Waren Jean

      Oh thank you, Therese.