Color up your fashion life…

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…and your daily life in particular, at the moment. I mean staying at home might be an interesting experience in the beginning. It’s something new, something you need to adapt and therefore exciting. But like so many things in life – after some time, consistent things get boring. 

At least for me. Usually, I am constantly on the go, traveling the world, heading from one job to the other, meeting a lot of new people and creating new experiences. So you can imagine the situation right now with staying at home is quite a contrast. A big contrast. I don’t know when I stayed home that much, probably as a child. Personally, I always need changes in my life, new projects, new things going on. I love to be busy and I somehow love to be stressed – positive stress of course. 

Neverthless, I have to admit that staying at home for over a month wasn’t that bad yet. There were a few moments where I felt down or not motivated at all, which is normal. But I expected a lot more of these moments. However, I tried to see it positively and also tried to keep myself busy. With creating new content, different content and trying out new recipes, decorating the balcony, cleaning the house and so on. 

And what is also important is to color up your daily fashion life. Stop bumming around, or at least not all the time and also have some days where you dress up yourself, with a cool style and with lots of colors. Because colors bring a lot of happiness in your daily life. So forget about the grey sweat pants and the black t-shirt and choose a colored and striped shirt, a cool pair of jeans and some nice sneakers and you are ready to work from home or to be the star at your next grocery shopping trip. 

Outfit: Zalando

Take care, stay safe & write you soon…

Steven

Steven

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