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 You cannot think of the present moment, you can only be in it.

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Anna Selezneva Inspiration, Chloe, Food Links [05 Sep 2008|09:42pm]
[ mood | optimistic ]

 Ooooh I Love this new girl Anna Selezneva !

Covers Source and rest of the editorial below, same source

Source Small Photo's

Vogue Russia September Scans Source

Ooh Im getting so addicted to excercise! I love the endorphine rush and the energy.. I love rpm most! And it does wonders to my body!

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Woohooooo New York Fashion Week, Love Love LOVE Chloe  !!! Source = The Cobra Snake

Food Links:
Bread and Honey, Fat Free Vegan Kitchen, The Well Seasoned Cook, Tofu for Two, Veg Bitch, Vegan VisitorVeg Web, Vegan Yum Yum, What the Hell Does a Vegan Eat Anyway?

Seriously: learn to love healthy food. Listen to your body, eat food that your body loves, you will get so much in return. Healthy foods mean energy, glowing skin, happy brain, bright eyes, inspirational ideas, motivation, shining health and more more more..

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Simplify [04 Sep 2008|07:17pm]

4 steps to getting organized 

Super-organized people are innately fussy. It’s annoying.

The anaphylactic, anal-retentive manner in which they respond to clutter calls Sigmund Freud to mind. Freud attached this kind of compulsive tidiness to having been potty-trained by an impatient and intolerant parent. Whether he was right or not is impossible to discern without bias once you’ve seen such people in action and made the association.

Chiefly troubling is the notion that organized people believe they have the power to veto a fundamental law of nature; they think that by putting everything in the right spot once, it is somehow beyond continental drift, or universal expansion. Yet the second law of thermodynamics says that life moves toward disorder, not toward order -- nobody has ever spilled milk only to watch it return to its original carton. In short, it is next to impossible to stay organized and still do things other than stay organized.

Getting organized -- well, that’s different. We can all set aside an hour now and then and get organized, and for that we present the following traditional four-step program. It will not keep you organized without added attention -- nothing can achieve that. But every month or so, after everything around you has started to slouch, return to these reliable four steps to getting organized.

Step 1
Take inventory
Give yourself a good overview of just how disorganized things have become by gathering together all of the component parts. If you're organizing your desk, get everything off the desktop, out of the drawers and onto the floor. If it’s a closet, empty it all out onto the floor. If it’s a schedule, clear it off. Whatever it is, clean the slate because we’re starting from scratch.

Use a pen and paper or open a file on the computer, and take inventory of each of those component parts you've just removed. Don’t concern yourself with categorizing things right now and don’t worry about deciding what to throw away; just create the damn inventory.

step 2
Eliminate the unnecessary
Using the inventory list you just compiled, you’ll want to thin it out a bit before any actual reorganization begins -- otherwise you’re just wasting time. To do so effectively, you’ll need to establish some criteria regarding what is and what isn’t necessary for this particular space or system to function efficiently.

For the pack rats of the world, this is a very difficult step. The idea of throwing anything away is hard to swallow, and they can generally manufacture an excuse to keep virtually everything. Whether or not it’s possible to be both a pack rat and organized is beyond the scope of this piece; instead let’s try to determine some initial, workable criteria. For a desk, throw away anything you haven’t accessed or used in a month, and you can’t foresee needing it for another month. The same goes in a closet; are there clothes you don’t ever see yourself wearing again, even as the seasons change? Dump them. This applies to items of clothing that are visibly falling to pieces as well.

step 3
Establish a home for everything

You have eliminated or thrown away the unnecessary; what you’re left with are the components that will represent the newly organized space. The issue then becomes in what fashion you will group these components together prior to going back into the system. The method you choose will, to some degree, dictate just how long you’re able to stay organized this time around. This applies to a weekly schedule as well. For example, group together the various duties by room, the various errands by location, and so on.

Begin by grouping like things together so that when you assign a new home for them, they will all fit nicely and neatly. If you’ve ever seen a U.S. television show on the Style Channel called Clean House, you know that this is where they generally introduce plastic bins, often with lots of enthusiasm. These bins are not going to
save the world, but if you think they can help you, go buy a small stack.  

step 4

Re-assemble groups in a logical sequence

You’re almost done -- there's just one final step left. Here, you’ll need to restore all those components back into the system. Before doing so, establish the most effective method, one that’s not only easy for you to remember but also one that makes good sense: alphabetically, big to small, by priority -- whichever suits you, so that you remain this organized a week or a month from now. At your desk, this might mean alphabetizing in a clockwise fashion, beginning on your left-hand side. If you are organizing a weekly schedule, the same thing applies. For example, schedule all of your outside errands for a certain time on a certain day. Do the same for assigning a day to do housework.  

This last step is where you truly try to stamp some order on a disorderly world, order that can last a decent amount of time before the inevitable drift sets in.

Real Simple Living   *click* 

       And     ,,,,,    Who has an ibook? Im dying to buy one...!    Do you love yours?

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Pretty Homes [31 Aug 2008|02:29pm]
[ mood | tired ]

I want to get more into:
home interior
drawing and sketching
more collages
home decorating
writing little stories
cooking nice things






Source of all this prettyness
From the Optical Trajectory Series

*hug*  *another hug*
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Note to Self [30 Aug 2008|10:04am]
[ mood | relaxed ]

  I Love Lazy Days
Information is not knowledge.
Listen to your body -

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After Holiday Randomness [29 Aug 2008|11:27am]

 Hello! I just returned from a very very great holiday! So much fun!
Random Post of Pretty Things Today!
Some of my
favourite Icons Lately, Source and credits are below!

Nice Things:
A brand new agenda
New Psychology Classes
Buying New Clothes
I earned lots of money lately
Going to New York this autumn
Studying in Singapore in a few months
Excercise Goals
Getting more creative

Book Icon Source
Heart Candy Icon Source
Staple of Notebook Icon Source
Woah oh ee oh Icon Source
Chanel Parfume Icon Source
Skirts Icons Twice Source

 Looking Nice!

Target Design Line

Interior Source


 Mary-Kate Olsens'favourite beauty buys Source
We took a peek into Mark Kate's beauty bag to see which essential make-up buys she never leaves the house without...

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Parfumes [10 Aug 2008|09:58pm]

I Want Love These!

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[09 Aug 2008|12:49pm]
[ mood | okay ]

PhotobucketI think it's also important not to compare yourself to other people. Just do what you're doing and put all your energy into that. A good confidence-boosting self-help book I discovered is The Magic of Thinking Big by David J Schwartz.  Pixelpoodle


My Top 5 Models  @ the moment

1. Lara Stone

2. Natasha Poly

3. Doutzen Kroes

4. Gemma Ward

5. Lily Donaldson

6. Hana Soukupova 

7. Daria Werbowy

8. Julia Stegner

9. Natalia Vadianova

10.Sasha Pivovarova

                                            Gonna get some sushi now...
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Fridays Pretty Pictures [08 Aug 2008|01:55pm]
[ mood | relaxed ]

 Friday Picture Post

Lara Stone ! Safari : ) Source

Hannah Glasby Photo's, I love this new face ! Source
.. and a cute movie clip of the making of a new maybelline commercial and photoshoot, behind the scenes

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[07 Aug 2008|11:50am]
[ mood | calm ]


Paul & Joe Cuteness     talking about cuteness..:

& sweeeet!  Dont ask me the relevance but its adorable ! These baby pandas (all 16 of them – including 5 sets of twins) were born in Sichuan, China.

Article: Ebay Tips & Secrets 

Mango has some really cute dresses in the new autumn collection 
I Love the new Cosmo!

A Photo of... My Parfume Collection ! Fresh Index Green Tea & Fig Apricot + Clean Fresh Laundry are my faves 

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[05 Aug 2008|01:07pm]

: 20's Photo @ Coco's Tea Party
Source: Magazine Lot & Cosmetics Lot
Source: All this Pretty & Heavy Make Up Photo's
Lara Stone is so Freakin Pretty and Interesting

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[04 Aug 2008|12:19pm]
[ mood | lazy ]

For this monday some georgeous Artwork:


I love love love LOVE *click* Jill Bliss ! *click click click, its a link*

 -- Big Hug --


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[03 Aug 2008|08:46pm]

F I v e
 little things to enjoy

Lying in a field of long grass

Eating a fresh mango

Swimming Naked

Watching a good film

Being moisturised from head to toe


F I v e Rules For Succes

1. Make pictures of yourself succeeding

2. Speak to yourself in a confident, positive tone of voice

3. Move your body with confidence

4. Take action before youre ready

5. Don’t wait till the right moment


F I v e things to practise

1. Talk to yourself in a confident way

2. Make big, bold positive pictures in your mind

3. Use your body as if you are already confident

4. Take at least one risk every single day

5. Imagine how you would act if you would feel totally confident, do it!

Cant find the source of these icons, they have been like forever on my computer if one of them is yours, tell me!

F I v e  things to remember

You are what you repeatedly do. Excellence is not an act, it’s a habit.

First we make our habits, than our habits make us.

Motivation is what gets you started, habit is what keeps you going.

Your belly is a point of power, your physical centre: point of power.

Truly succesfull people take action before they feel ready

The F I v e  things to remember on a party night

1. Remove all your make-up

2. Apply a night cream or serum

3. Apply a night eye cream

4. Drink a pint of water

5. Take a vitamin C tablet

It takes 21 days to establish a habit. If you keep this behaviour for three weeks without slipping, you’ll have cracked it. 

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[01 Aug 2008|01:16pm]
Hi! Lately I em very into exercising and it makes me feel really good. And I feel very radiant and inspired. Listen to your body!  
Make Collages, Cook healthy beautiful meals you body loves! Stretch!
Be the best version of yourself you can be!
Things to know:

Learn to pause, or nothing worthwile will catch up on you

The weight you are will be defined by what you eat over the year. Develop good Habits

Enjoy Life, Everyone will notice

Visualise the thing food does to your body : Processed foods mean clogged pores and arteries. Fresh fruit and healthy food spell clear skin and more energy.

Liver Function has an incredibly impact on how you feel - breaking down toxins and excess hormones, balancing blood sugar and producing bile: the stuff that helps you digest fat and cholestorol.It also puts vital nutrients in store for a rainy day. 

Everything that affect our biochemistry, -including exercise- , will affect how we feel about ourself and others.

Source and more of the editorial
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Ultimate relaxation.. Imagine lying here ! Source   Bubbles!


Keep a journal and pen next to your bed so you can write down your dreams as soon as you wake up.
♥ Start a quote collection

Read 57 Reasons to go Vegan.

Zen Habits posted another amazing article called How to Get a Lot Done- 7 Tips to Achieve More.

50 Ideas for a Healthy Lifestyle That Take 10 Minutes or Less. Pretty self explanatory…go check it out!

Lula Magazine - An amazing magazine. It’s partly available online, but I’m working to get a printed copy.

Inspiration - A great e-zine about inspiration. (PDF)

Neet Magazine- A great zine about indie fashion.

Misscedar- Cute Chick, Cute Blog.

Some Girls Wander - I love this girl’s sense of style.

Inspiration Boards - A blog all about different types of inspiration boards people have.

♥ Make a delicious supper. Eat it.
♥ Ivy posted a fun little article called How to Release Your Inner Sex Kitten.
♥ Skelliwag’s 20 ways to come up with Amazing Ideas.

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[31 Jul 2008|11:21am]

Just Random Pretty Things ..

  Oahh I missed the Exercising!  Lets bring in the endorphines  *spinning*

 Source Icons *click*

 Source of this pretty thing

Image Hosted by ImageShack.us
Photo from a blog of a girl with amazing outfits,click* i wanna see it *click*

Mind Body and Spirit Quizclick* Quiz click*

My Yoga Site click* Online click*

Why you should g to the sauna: The sauna and the steam room provide intense heat that deeply penetrates muscle tissue. This heat can help expedite lactic acid out of the body, which provides relief from muscle tension and stiff joints. Immediately after a workout, the body tends to have the highest levels of lactic acid of the day, so the timing couldn't be better.

The heat also improves overall circulation in the body, since it causes the blood vessels to dilate, which in turn increases blood flow near the skin and causes you to sweat. Sweating is an effective avenue for some toxins to exit the body. 

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[28 Jul 2008|08:34pm]

color SS08



volume HC SS08 POP SS08 Natasha Poly


For all of this the same source

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[24 Jul 2008|12:48pm]
Its relaxing time!
Reload for the time to come


 Miu Miu, Los Angeles 

Oh My! Miu Miu Shops on Rodeo Drive Source

Love the look !  Style.com 

Mulberry Bags, Im in love with the brown one! Source
Mulberry Roxanne

What Im watching :
 Very Cheesy Gay Show I love!
Australia's Next Top Model Cycle 3 Episode 6 Part 1 Australia's Next Top Model, Great Edition!
 Fairly Odd Parents, Fun! 
Nude Look    I adore **


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[19 Jul 2008|06:44pm]

à la maison de sofia coppola
The apartment of Sofia Coppola is so beautiful ! The muted pallets, photography framed in simple black borders.
And her collection of cosmetics is also very impressing !

More Inspirations: Click to make them bigger

" It's a dream until you write it down, and then it's a goal "

"Instead of giving myself reasons why I can't, I give myself reasons why I can."
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In my Head [18 Jul 2008|11:04am]
[ mood | creative ]

On my mind..  
Have been working the past few days..
getting back to my exercising life this afternoon!
loving sushi, seaweed salads! 
And deciding to put my inspirations on the internet 


This is Cute! :
Credit goes to lovespaces

Love the Yoshitaka Amano Artwork ! 

Found at so_spiffed

Doutzen with and without make up, I adore her!  Fashionspot

Be Your Most Confident Self!  Top 25 ways to stress less, reach your goals and feel happier every single day.
Found! The 25 Best Weight-Loss Motivators Ever Top tips from Shape magazine's archive of almost 600 super-inspiring Success Stories. 
Delicious Quinoa Recipe
This Book is awesome!

Skin Enemies What to do to save your skin
Another Book: Supermodels beauty secrets

Pretty Finds.. 

All net a porter

Hug! x
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[18 Jul 2008|10:45am]

Wow this is one random journal ...  
......     Lets do something about it

Lets bring in the ideas!

Interests: Fashion Editorials, Health, Models, Illustrations, The Secret, Clothing, Icons, Graphics, Sports, Beauty, Mind, Lists, Fashion, Magazines, Cosmetics

Style: Simple with a twist, Dresses, Sophisticated, Miu Miu, Rick Owens, Scene mixed with feminine classics, Heels, Marni, Chloé

Passions: Enjoying small things, Being Creative, Anything in the water, Travelling, Discover new things, Learning, Paul Mckenna Books, Healthy Food

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