As many may have noticed I haven’t been very active on my blog and social media these past few months. The reason behind this is I have found much more fulfilling things in life than my face in a phone or laptop screen.
For a while, blogging had become like a chore, where I would post because I felt like I had to not because I wanted to. This last month, every time I logged onto my blog to post, I would spend ages looking at a blank page, trying to think of something to write that made me happy, something to make YOU happy. But nothing came up.
I cried for ages over this because this blog was once my only source of happiness for three years. I made new friends, seized new opportunities and collaborated with high-up brands and organisations I never even dreamt of!
But this summer, something changed. I don’t know what it was but blogging suddenly felt like a chore. I was enjoying my life outside of it, and not once has it crossed my mind to post something.
This does not mean I won’t go back to blogging eventually. But for now, I bid farewell to From Claire’s POV – the blog and Facebook page – and hello to me being myself, Claire, enjoying life without a single regret and question.
Greeting beauties and welcome back to my blog! As you can tell by the title, I will be unboxing and reviewing products found in the Cruelty-Free Malta Subscription Kit for Summer 2019. Let me know which product was your favourite in the comment!
Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored. I bought the product myself and any opinions shared are my own.
Without further ado… Let’s get unboxing!
Continue reading UNBOXING: Cruelty-Free Malta Sub Kit Summer 2019
Greetings beauties! As you can tell from the title, I will be taking a look at my favourite looks from this year’s Malta Fashion Week and Malta Fashion Awards. As usual, these are my honest opinions and doesn’t mean that anyone not mentioned didn’t have a great outfit because, to be honest with you, I loved them ALL. Many wore local designers and that alone really made it tough for me to pinpoint a few outfits.
Also, make sure you follow these amazing local bloggers/influencers because their influence on me is significant. They keep me going ❤
Click here to read about last year’s Malta Fashion Week Continue reading Malta Fashion Week 2019: Best Dressed
Welcome to my 2019 Favourites! This is where I describe how my month went, kind of like how I did with my #ClaireNotes series in 2017, but with more general things that you may know about! I hope you enjoy! Let me know what your favourites from this month were in the comments! For last year’s favourites, click here.
Continue reading May Favourites #5
THIS IS A NEW SERIES WHICH CONSISTS OF ME LOOKING BACK AT ARTISTS WE LOVE AND HAVE INFLUENCED US THAT ARE UNFORTUNATELY NO LONGER ALIVE. THESE ARE PUBLIC FIGURES THAT WERE VERY OPEN/KNOWN FOR THEIR MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS, BOTH RUMOURED AND DIAGNOSED.
DISCLAIMER: THESE POSTS HAVE MENTIONS OF SUICIDE, DEATH, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, EATING DISORDERS AND/OR RAPE THROUGHOUT, SO VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.
Continue reading Dim the Spotlight on… Diana, Princess of Wales [#13]
First Monday of May is always the most stellar night of the year in the fashion world. The Met Gala, otherwise known to us average Janes and Joes as the most fashionable night of the year, did not disappoint. The exhibition this year was called “Camp”.
Since I’m no expert, I will just gush and praise my favourite outfits from last night. And there were plenty of them, just so you know. The list below is just my personal opinion, remember we don’t all have to like all the same things so be nice! 🙂
Click here to read about last year’s looks! Continue reading Met Gala 2019
As you may have read in my London post, I had the opportunity to go see the play Betrayal which featured Tom Hiddleston, Charlie Cox and Zawe Ashton. In this post, I shall be reviewing the play, pointing out both its highs and lows. As with any review, this opinion is my own and I don’t mean to offend the creators of the play or the actors portraying the characters. Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Betrayal’