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Don't let fear, kill your growth

Two of my greatest fears are wearing colours and failures. You can probably tell already, I get uncomfortable wearing colours beside my monochromatic and neutral palettes. I am slowly stepping out of my comfort zone, challenging to try new colour palettes. It is all about:  "Get comfortable with the uncomfortable. Get confident being uncertain. Don't give up because something is hard, pushing through challenges is what makes you grow." I have selected this easy spring blush colour to pair with white, the combination of these two colour creates a soft look. The idea of being fashionable does not necessary means wearing black and white. I think being fashionable means being able to rock any colours, whether its pink, red or green.  This reminds of my second fear, the fear of failures. Often, we are not fear of changes, but we are fear of the unknown. 3 years ago, I gave up chasing my parents' career goal for me to become a doctor, after dedicating most of my years specializin…

Saint Laurent Sac De Jour Nano & Small Review

Size: Nano Hardware: Silver Material: Grained calfskin Size Dimension: 8.75"x7"x4" Price: $2,585 CAD (+taxes) Interior: Tonal suede, no additional zipper/pocket Yes, I recently purchased the classic Saint Laurent Sac De Jour in the Nano size, I absolutely love it and used it way too often maybe. This is the black with silver hardware as well as in the material of pebbled grained calfskin. It come with detachable strap with lanyard clasp fastening. When I was purchasing the bag, I was deciding between the baby or nano size for a very long time. I like how the baby size have a zipper pocket inside, but the nano does not. But the reason why I went for the nano is because I like to wear most of bag cross body, just a lot easier to get around the city. The baby size looks very awkward and big on my body when I wear it cross body. Despite the cons of not having a zipper inside, I have no issue with it. Also, when you look at the nano, you probably think it will fit nothing. Nope, y…