I like having a pamper session on a random night every week. As the next few day are gonna be super busy as well as the weekend I chose last night. It’s different from time to time but I’ll take you through what I did this time.
As some of you have noticed I’ve been trying out a few different layouts in the recent months. I needed a change but couldn’t really decide what I wanted my blog to look like. I’m over the pink and the I wanted something white, classic and simple. And I think I’ve found just that! I like this new design, a lot! I think I can stick with this for a while therefore I also ordered new business cards.
What do you guys think?
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I like my new header so much I also made it the front side of my business cards
Just wanted to let you know I have a new email address where you can email me about anything regarding to this blog. Weather it about a sponsored post, a collaboration, an idea or just to say Hello, which I love when you do!
I texted my mom and dad late Friday afternoon about them coming to visit me and they did. We spent a great evening together friday and Saturday we went shopping and to visit the grandparents.
Today I woke up before 7AM to get ready for a fun filled day in the swedish capital, Stockholm. A mere 1 h and 20 minutes later Dina and I were arriving at the station.
After a lunch meeting we went to a APU Network association dinner celebrating the Bosnian Independence Day. Because Dina is traveling tomorrow and I have a week full of meetings we had to get on a train back home at 7.30. The evening was a great success though! We got to meet some very successful and interesting people. Aida Hadžialić being on of them. She is a Swedish politician and the Minister of Education. At 28 she is the youngest minister Swedish history and she just happenes to be Bosnian aswell.
I’ve been offered a job in London! The same guy has been calling me for the last two years. The job itself is great although it requires me to travel up to three times a week, within Europe. And I just don’t know if I’m OK with that. I’m 30 now, I feel like it’s time for me to settle down and be in one place. Moving to London and having to travel that much just means I won’t be. I’d be on a plane and at work more than home. A lot of my relationships suffer from me being away, even now. I don’t get to see my family and friends nearly as much as I’d like too.
Yet I feel like I need a challenge in life, to keep things spicy and interesting for me…
It’s another teeth chatteringly fresh morning here in N. Ireland *hurry up summer* as I’m currently clutching a steaming mug of hot sweet tea, curled up in Confetti & Curves HQ, ready for a full day of writing! My previously organised little desk is now awash with highlighters, notes and mechanical pencils… however before I detach myself from my tea and commence in a stationary spring clean, I’m chuffed to bring you yet another fun filled Behind The Blog.
As always, if you’re new to Confetti & Curves (friendly wave) and not entirely sure what Behind The Blog is all about *click here* to bring yourself up to speed – you may even find yourself getting involved!
Today I’m super excited to be chatting with the lovely Elvisa! Hailing from Sweden, this fun loving gal keeps her blog buddies topped up with a digital dose of fashion, beauty, fun &…