The 20´s can be the most exiting years of your entire life. You are old enough to decide things on your own and young enough to do whatever you want. These are also your “selfish years” because you can focus completely on you and your career. Later in life things like that might be more complicated because you might have a family and children to take care of. So go girl and use that years wisely!
I´ll show you my list of 20 things now that you should consider to do in your 20´s.
- learn a new language
- live abroad
- get a job you like
- play an instrument/ find a hobby
- donate blood
- learn to surf (or any new kind of sport you never tried before)
- learn to cook a proper meal
- own a pet
- volunteer/ do charity work
- dye your hair
- go on a roadtrip
- travel solo
- make a good friend
- build something
- make your driver license
- buy a car
- organize a meeting of your old classmates
- go to a concert
- ask for a pay rise
- fall in love
Would you add or leave something? Do you already achieved some of these things? Let me now in the comments 🙂
In today’s blogpost I’d like to share with you my current favorite outfits for fall 2018.
LOOK NO. 1
ToP & Shorts- Mango
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Summer is officially over and we’re slowly getting into the colder weather. As seasons change, we should change our wardrobe too. Get rid off your old autumn/winter clothes that you don’t like to wear anymore and start getting some new stuff.
For me it is more and more important to invest in classic and timeless pieces, that you can wear year after year.
I picked out some of my current favorites for you:
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Instagram and other social media platforms are full of pictures about Morocco. More and more influencers seem to explore this Arab/African country. But not all of them stick to the rule: “when in Rome, do as the romans do.” That simply means that you should not wear to revealing clothes, like hot pants, while visiting an Arab/muslim country. (Especially if your female)
Here are the outfits that I wore while staying in Morocco + some tipps and fashion advice if you’d like to visit Morocco as a woman:
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First of all no, i´m not muslim.
I come from a christian (catholic) background and yes, i´m religious. But my faith is not the reason why i wear a turban sometimes (not on a daily bases).
Here are the 4 reasons why i like to wear it:
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