Travel ~ Nomadic Lifestyle

Wouldn’t you love to be a nomad, of course we all dare to explore.

Trying to find my way. Photo credit: James Andrews.
Trying to find my way. Photo credit: James Andrews.

Obviously there ups and downs of traveling nestling in our minds.

First off, it’s agreeable to think…why do you travel:

1. To see a loved one

2. Family reasons

3. For work (why not mix business with leisure!)

4. A new adventure

5. To escape

Any of those reasons justify the spirit within you. I love the idea of never stopping. The rush of knowing that there’s more to come. At times, you feel like you don’t have a place to call home but it’s worth it. So far at the age of 22, I am grateful and fortunate to have visited 27 countries. I plan to visit for 63 countries. Meanwhile there are roughly 196 independent countries recognized in the world, someone has to go to them. Here’s to wishing friends and acquaintances happy holidays 🙂

 

Fashion ~ Top 5 Apps

If you’re looking for inspiration or a new style, these apps are for you:

#1 Style.com

This website provides the latest trends from the runway shows. You can discover the full looks of luxury fashion brands from A-Z and acquire knowledge about designers and their creative directions.

#2 WWD

For breaking news in the world of fashion, stay up-to-date on all current matters within the industry and learn about communication dynamics of the business.

#3 Who Wore What

Get a blogger’s perspective on street wear with cute, cool, chic, effortless and grunge appeal.

#4 StyleBook

Time to experiment with creative looks by uploading photos of your closet and wardrobe on here, the app selects pieces to form new outfits for you.

#5 The Hunt

Ever had one of those days where you find an item online perhaps via Google but aren’t able to find it anywhere else. Now you can track down those shoes you’re dying for through personalized suggestions.

Art ~ Postmasters Gallery

The art exhibition, This Is What A Sculpture looks like is captivating minds in New York.

Sixteen young and established artists have crafted their ideals of real life settings.

Photo from Google.
Photo from Google.

Unlike the digital age, the sculptures possess physical presence with a more meaningful impact of modernism. Enjoy the viewing downtown at the Postmasters Gallery in Tribeca.