As you can see, I haven’t been the best at blogging over the last few months, I could find a thousand excuses for this but really, I believe that this is due to the content I was publishing until now and that does not correspond to me anymore.
So I want to redirect the content of the blog towards something than is more me, that can help me grow and hopefully help you as well in some ways.
From now on, the blog will focus towards three main themes: Fashion, Lifestyle and Career.
I am passionate about fashion, exploring new trends and expressing myself with what I wear so I will keep sharing my favorite pieces, trends and brands.
I feel like lifestyle is really a buzz word nowadays (but I love it so much!). My personal lifestyle – which I intend to share here – is a beautiful, gentle, sophisticated yet down to earth, and also very fun way of living. I will focus on the material and unmaterial aspects (from what to put in your living room to what you put in your brain).
Finally, the career theme will explore subjects related to a bunch of different careers such as entrepreneurship, marketing, design among others. Hopefully, interviews between amazing professionals and I will inspire you!
We will see how this works out. Let me know your opinion on this, every contribution and collaboration is welcome!
I’ve started working about one year ago and discovered the LEVO LEAGUE website.
If you don’t know this website yet, let me introduce it to you quickly. It is basically a website that helps you “elevate yourself” and specifically career wise.
Everyday, there are new posts, advices and interviews of successful people (mostly ladies) that will help you for your work day and career projects.
The articles vary from things you should do at work to be more efficient, to what you can do to have a stronger voice at the office, or to the tips and tricks to have a personal/work life well balanced.
They also have job offers, insights on very interesting companies and organize worldwide networking events.
One of my favorite posts: http://www.levo.com/articles/lifestyle/make-the-most-of-your-20s
So far, I’ve used a lot the career website/blog to read cool articles about how to be a better worker. But it really works as a type of linkedin website as well. You can create a profile, apply to job offers, attend office hours, have mentoring etc.
I love how the articles are super well written and most of the time you can follow the main lines through bullet points which is perfect if you are in a hurry and want to get a first idea before going back reading it later.
It is absolutely divine. They also have a pinterest account that I HIGHLY recommend following. They have the most gorgeous pictures that will lead you to amazing articles from their website but also from other very interesting ones.
Almost one year ago, I discovered this Ted Talk that absolutely amazed me.
Everything she says is so true and helpful.
I highly recommend watching it for the 1st, 2nd or 1000th time.
3 things I have always kept in mind since the first time I watched it:
– DOING THESE EXERCISES BEFORE AN INTERVIEW
– FAKE IT TILL YOU MAKE IT
– FAKE IT TILL YOU BECOME IT
Now go rock your world. 😉
At the beginning of this month, I read this article announcing that Emma Watson was going to be ONU Goodwill embassador
I was so amazed by this great achievement.
To me, this lady really has it all. She is a wonderful actress, a true humanitarian, and gorgeous model with a degree from Brown Univeristy to top it all.
I really admire how she managed to follow her dream of becoming an actress, being able to diversify her path in the artistic industry. But at the same time, she made a good use out of her notoriety and influence to achieve great humanitarians missions. In addition to that, she continued her academic education getting a degree in English literature, becomming a great influence to many young ladies.
She embodies to me, one of the greatest types of career one can get: learning from books and people, following dreams and hobbies, and at the same time, trying to make some difference in this world through active participation in volunteering and social improvement.
I would consider her a great role model.