Deal with a bad day

We all have bad days, but some people struggle to go through them more than others. I always try to be as open here as I can when it comes to mental health (don’t forget to read my Be kind to yourself post talking about the subject) because I think that is such an important…

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How to ask for paid collaborations and how much you should charge

I started blogging over five years ago when working with bloggers and content creators wasn’t really a thing. Back then I didn’t even think that I could get to collaborate with brands and even less getting paid for campaigns. With time, all this influencer/blogger/content creator industry has evolved to the point where brands want to…

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REVIEWING THE NEW HOLIROOTS HAIR OIL BY FABLE&MANE

If you’ve been following me for a while, you probably know that my hair has been through many long and short phases. Last summer I had quite long hair, which I loved, but it was too damaged because of bleaching and lack of care. That’s why by the start of autumn I decided to get…

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INTERVIEWING BLACK CREATORS: Dana Emmanuelle-Jane Nozime

Dana Emmanuelle-Jean Nozime (@dananozime) is a content creator and model based in Chicago, Illinois. Her content is focused on fashion, lifestyle, and beauty and uses her platform to share all things that inspire her. Briefly describe what you do as a content creator and how it all started? I have always used Instagram as a…

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HOW TO DRESS FOR WORK DURING SUMMER

Looks like the world is slowly going back to “normal mode” (when it comes to the global pandemic) and many people are going back to their offices, so they have to dress up and go out. Working while being comfortable and wearing loungewear, or just dressing up the upper part of your body is not…

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MY SIMPLE MAKEUP LOOK

I don’t think makeup is a must in my everyday life, but I do like getting ready and glammed up when I have a night out, an event, or exciting plans. It’s like a way for me to know that I’m getting ready for a good time and that I’m able to enhance and express…

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INTERVIEWING BLACK CREATORS: Onyi Moss

Onyi Moss (@mossonyi) is a content creator and youtuber from Nigeria, now based in the UK. She has the most beautiful Instagram feed I’ve ever seen, because of her style and beautiful photography. Also, not only her photos are inspiring but her words too. Briefly describe what you do as a content creator and how…

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THE HUGE GAP IN THE CONTENT CREATOR COMMUNITY

Something I’ve been reading about these last days and I’ve been trying to know as much as possible has been the difference of professional opportunities given to content creators depending on their skin colour. It’s not shocking that brands give better offers to content creators on how they look like, and it’s been a topic…

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2020 IS NOT CANCELLED

A lot has been going on on the news and social media since the very start of the year. 2020 seems like a total nightmare for both humanity and nature. Half of Australia on fire and thousands of animals who lost their habitat, a global pandemic that made us stay at home while losing loved…

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BLACK LIVES MATTER

I’ve taken my time to stop, listen and educate myself before saying anything because I wanted to make sure I knew what I was talking about and that I was saying the right thing. The past Tuesday I decided to stop posting the usual content and, instead, post a black square on my Instagram feed…

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SOCIAL MEDIA IS NOT REALITY

I feel like the title is a statement that shouldn’t be said since everybody should already know it but, unfortunately, it’s not that way. We’re all conscious about the fact that social media does not show all the aspects and sides of someone’s life, but that does not change the way we feel about ourselves…

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LIFE UPDATE: WEEK ELEVEN

I can finally say that Barcelona has moved to “phase 1”, which means that we’re allowed to go out for a drink at a terrace or go to other people’s houses, and it feels like such an improvement after so long. Of course, terraces are so busy and it’s barely impossible to find a place…

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