Happy 2nd birthday to PFL with some Pink, some Flowers and lots of Love!
I share my most favorite quote from Mr. Steve Jobs (RIP) with you and wish that you find your true passion and purpose of life!
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of other's opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary."
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It's a new year and if it is not exactly a new life, I hope it will bring new experiences and happiness!
...and to be absolutely 'original' I share my new year's resolutions with you:
P.S.: ...and the list goes on, but I will be super-satisfied if only these I could keep. Let's hope for the best! XX
Even if it's cold outside, I still can dream of a cute, light dress or a bohemian headpiece from Free People, or another pair of sunglasses. These are just amongst my all-time desires.
For sure since it's winter, I do have some warm and comfy favorites as well. Like a cute 'jumper' for my mug or the luxurious jogging from Patrizia Pepe or the super-feminine pink woolen coat from Meteshow.
This year's seasonal, Christmas-y faves are definitely the diy pom-pom wreath and the gingerbread angel-wings.
My ultimate, 'oldest' piece from my wish-list is a true classic: the Lounge Chair and Ottoman from Vitra, designed by Charles and Ray Eames in the 50's. Never goes out of style and loses from it's value.
But if you are a believer of 'money cannot buy happiness', I have to agree with you. The best things in life are usually priceless. And without question at the end...
...and maybe this tiger cardigan from FP ;) to feel the real love.
P.S.: So, do dream, wish, desire, because the strongest power lies within our thoughts. And ultimately we can move mountains. XX
Images via: Clothing.net; FreePeople; PatriziaPepe; Pinterest; Google; MichaelKors;
After yesterday's inspiring lecture by the amazing (and supercute) Fabio Novembre, I think I found an answer I was looking for since many years.
He told us: 'Your home is where you choose it to be'. 'There you could reinvent yourself. You should live yourself whereever you live.'
...Well, I should've known... since I do believe that "Home is where your heart is". The only thing that you really have to listen carefully to your heart and there you'll find the answer where is your home.
I would add one more
- Listen to your heart! Somehow it's always the best thing to do.
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I think I am not the only woman who loves weddings and everything around it, like proposals, rings, love poems, the dress, the flowers, but mainly the idea that IT ALL CAN happen once with us. :) So, I gathered some cool and creative ideas for popping the big question: 'Would you marry me?' ...for you... to give you a bit of a heartache and a lot to dream about!
Personaly for me the perfect proposal over the fact that it is unique and unrepeatable, cannot be complete without the perfect ring. And those who says it is not about the ring, well... they are wrong. It is always about the ring! It has to reflect the soon-to-be bride's personality, style and even the relationship itself. And it is a great (and seriously difficult) way of testing the groom, how much he knows about his dream girl.
I suggest you to check out the site of 77Diamonds.com for future ideas and send some hints to your guy, just to be sure. ;)
P.S.: Just close your eyes, dream on and image that you are the next who will get the big question: would you marry me? XX
Images via: 77 Diamonds; Piercing and Ink; Etsy; Huaban; Pinterest; Gros Grain Fabolous; Little Pink Moon; Between Each Smile;
21 March 2012. :)
Although I thought it is today, I checked earlier and it was two days ago, when I started exactly 1 year ago writing Pink Flower Love. But who cares about 1-2 days? :)
I am celebrating my blog today. I still love it, every bit of it, love writing it, love reading it (sorry, but I do). And I love the fact that it is so much like me. The only place where I can truly be myself and honest.
So, I guess what I want to say is that I am so grateful to You, my beautiful blog (and of course to You my dear readers) and I wish a happy birthday and lots of years to come shining! XX
And to recall that first post... I cannot say it better than to remind you to:
/Imagine a new story for your life and start living it. by P.Coelho/
P.S.: I love You All
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