Tsundoku

Tsundoku. I only just recently found out about this Japanese word. No, it's not a disease... kind of. Tsundoku means buying books and letting them pile up but not reading them. My name is Claire and I have tsundoku. Phew, feels so good to say it out loud, like admitting you have a problem during an…

I’m Okay (I Promise)… And an Announcement!

Soooo I haven't really posted anything in a while, and some may be concerned. Where's Claire?! And where's her POV?! Claire's here. And her POV beside her. I've started work again a few weeks ago, and I'm caught up with work and my personal life. I want to make this scholastic year all about the…

Workout Routine // At Home

I love working out. I didn’t use to, but ever since last December, the thought of not exercising made me kinda sad. I know, me, loving exercising?! Hahaha, I’d have laughed before this year. Now I can’t live without it. Be it HIIT, low impact, cardio, dancing, walking, running, or even just jumping, I need…

My Makeup Collection

Let me redefine the title… it’s just what makeup I own. There’s no collection of any sort. I don’t apply it as much as girls my age, but I love owning it. So here’s what I currently have inside my make-up pouch: So this is the make-up pouch, which I got from H&M while on…

Travel Series (2): Packing

Packing can be a real bitch. With a capital ‘B’. So here are a few steps to minimise the stress and hassle of packing (which, by the way, isn’t worse than unpacking when you’re back from holiday!) List Make a list of everything you are taking with you and sub-divide into two: Hand luggage Suitcase…

Travel Series (1): Hacks

These are backed up by me either through experience or research. Happy travels! Roll your clothes instead of folding them. This saves up a LOT of space To prevent cords from getting tangled (which is a real pain), put them in extra sealable bags or even sunglasses cases Separate things in the following categories: Clothes…

“It all just got real…” – My Journey to Being Diagnosed

I led a normal childhood, as far as I can remember. I was the imaginative, creative weirdo who loved her imaginary friends and playing soccer. I had really good friends of both genders, played well with everyone and the teachers mostly loved me. However, I always had the same problem: I thought too little about…