Friday, October 3, 2014
I know I've been neglecting my blog too much. Life is incredibly hectic when you're a full time student and have a job. Often times I have to choose between the three S's: study, sleep, social life. When I do have free time, I prefer to spend it with my friends or catching up with my favorite shows, or both at the same time.
The stress is bad for my health. I eat enough vegetables, drink green juices every day and do yoga often. But stress can be detrimental and slows down your body. I've noticed that I'm getting sick more often. As a matter of fact, I would be in my biology lab right now if it weren't for a terrible case of sore throat. Seriously; I sound like I have been chain smoking since I was 5.
There's no doubt that life is stressful, especially in your 20's. I can't completely eliminate stress but I'm managing to cope with it and find natural ways to reduce it. I'm sorry that my blog suffered from my stress.
As my mind is becoming more peaceful and clear, I'm going to try to update my blog more often. I have a lot of ideas that I just haven't had time to work on. I think I'm going to focus less on fashion and more on lifestyle and photography.
Thanks for still being here,
Posted by Mariella at 5:21 AM
Friday, July 25, 2014
My friends and I went to explore the sunflower fields yesterday. It took an hour of aimlessly walking but we finally found them blooming. We were the only ones there so we had a wes anderson indie movie moment where we danced and ran through the field at the tune to acoustic songs.
Took some pictures with my lovely pentax k-1000 of course...
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
This is a collection of pictures I took in Brooklyn with my pentax k1000 film camera. One of my favorite things to do when I'm in New York is to roam around Brooklyn endlessly and take pictures.
check out my flickr too
Thursday, May 1, 2014
I have never desired spring so much until now. This winter proved to be a long and most brutal one. I'm grateful to live near DC where beautiful cherry blossoms area plentiful and the streets turn pastel. Spring reminds us that our Earth is alive and growing. It reminds me that though they go trough bitter coldness and ruthless storms, flowers still bloom in the end. I think its one of the Earth's many natural lessons.
|I found some fallen blossoms to put in my messy braid|
I hope you all go out there and enjoy spring! Remember that no matter how bad things gets, you will rise like spring flowers.
Posted by Mariella at 6:03 AM
Saturday, March 29, 2014
For many, spring break is the week of beach, tans and margaritas. For me, I traveled up north to the city of dreams: New York. The weather was anything but Caribbean weather, it was cold, windy and rainy for the three short days I went.