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12.24.2016

A Wake Up Call

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Tomorrow is Christmas day and I'm alwayss excited about it. I've been repeating Christmas songs on my Spotify and humming to them in the car. 

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For my Christmas outfit, I picked a maroon dress from Cloth Inc's new collection. The dress came with a collared inner lace top, but this time I replaced it with my green plaid shirt to create a christmas look! Since this season's color palette is around maroon, green, and brown, I wore my mom's brown heels to complete the look. What do you think? :D

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Anyway, this month is definitely the most 'memorable' month of the year to me. I never expected that there would be sooo many things happened this month. First, I LOST my phone at Senayan City almost 2 weeks ago (sobs. It's #1 huge slap for me not to use a zipper-less bag to go shopping / always keep my sling bag in the front side). Second, I was hospitalized for 4 days 3 nights due to dengue fever. It's #2 huge slap for me not to overwork myself (I worked out 5-6 times a week). I have to admit that I feel really sad to lost the progress I'd worked so hard all this time and my feet are already itchy to walk back to the gym, but I have to constantly remind myself that I NEED to rest. It feels soooo weird doing nothing in the morning when usually I have my gym schedule T_T. OK. Stop it, Veren.. I promise to myself I'd be better in 2017 and I should appreciate myself more. I need to learn to accept myself as it is and give myself a break! I feel grateful to God for the reminders I got this month! 

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Nevertheless, HAPPY HOLIDAY everyone! 

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5 comments:

  1. Veren you are so cute <3 Love the brown heels anyway!

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  2. Happy holiday! Love your earrings so much!

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