Chaos and routines

Fashion,13 February 2020

Hi there! Hope you’re all doing well? Today, I took some time for myself to check off a veeery long to-do list that I’ve been procrastinating. Accounting must be the one thing I hate the most about my job, but I guess no one’s job can be amazing all the time. Or can it?

This week I did a little twirl in London with a collaboration partner of mine, Samsung. Even tho it was a quick and intense trip; I have to say that it was so appreciated! The hotel I got to stay at was amazing and the bed was honestly the best bed I’ve ever slept in. Thick crispy sheets, heavy blankets, too many pillows to choose from and oh, just perfect! London Edition, please never change. You’re perfect.

London was beautiful with spring in full bloom. I experienced London like I never have before; sunny during the days with a golden pink sunset. The only con about the trip was the terrifying flight there, with a lot of turbulence. I never used to be afraid of flying, but my mum is and it’s creeping up on me too.

Right now, I’m in the middle of a very hectic period and just trying to manage life day by day. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a beautiful chaos just the way I like it ;). I feel alive! During the weekends I try to cool down and focus on family time. Btw, it’s fun to see how our family is starting to make our own weekend routines similar to the once I grew up with. Movie night, cleaning day and of course lots of candy! Routines are the best. The core to my safety and sanity. Chaos and routines = perfect balance.

knit here// skirt and boots &Otherstories// bag and sunglasses Chanel// coat Andiata

Pictures by Juuli Rönkä