A DRESS AND PINK LIPS. Greetings from Germany! I’m so excited to spend some time in my hometown and see one of my oldest friends finally tie the knot with her boyfriend of ten years. I couldn’t be more happy for these two lovebirds. Also, I’m here to write my master’s dissertation. I’m your typical procrastinator and despite all resolutions that this time it will be different, here I am panicking and trying to fight against the time and the approaching deadline. That’s why it’s important that I have absolutely no distractions and believe me, it’s safe to say that there are no distractions here. So wish me luck!
EAR CUFF LOVE. Let’s all take a moment and praise the awesomeness that are ear cuffs, shall we? I know, this is not the newest of the new trends and ear cuffs have been around for some time, but only now have I managed to truly appreciate these jewelery pieces that can transform an otherwise simple outfit and draw the attention of passersby. This particular one was actually a surprising, lucky find on a rather uninspired stroll through the local H&M. But often great things come to you when you least expect it, don’t they? That, by the way, also holds true for the week I had. I’ve met such inspiring people and I just know that good things are on the way.
CHUNKY HEELS. The other day I took my blue suede shoes out for a stroll. And when I say stroll I mean it, because they are one of the most comfortable pairs of heels I own. Sure, they are chunky and probably remind you of another (and perhaps fashion confused?) decade, but I don’t care – they are blue and I think they’re great. One most likely either loves or hates them. Which side are you on?
FINAL SPURT. The time has come… it’s January. And January means that last assignments are due and exams are about to be written. It’s a strange feeling that the master course that has just begun is almost finished. Two more lectures, two more assignments and two more exams. The only thing left is the daunting task of writing my dissertation, which is due in May. Most certainly the following months are going to be super busy (and probably distressing at times), but luckily I can always remind myself that I’m studying in a field that I have been passionate about for years and years: music.