Hello! I hope that everyone has recovered from their Halloween madness! I would like to start this post off by welcoming my new readers! I am so surprised by how many readers I have received in just a few months! Welcome! Back to the post; I've been trying to think of a way to include my readers more with The Small World Project participants, therefore, I asked the lovely ladies to do interviews so that you could know a little bit more about them! First up is Sasha. Check out what she has to say (and her blog here!)
My blog has minimal direction to be honest. It's about hair, music, nails and food (coming soon). I like to find inspiration in little things, simple things and that is what I want my blog to convey.
What is your definition of cool?
My definition of cool believing in yourself and the decisions that you make. Everyone can tell you what they think you should do, but at the end of the day no one walks in your shoes but YOU.
How do you fit this definition? What makes you cool?
I've always been headstrong and I hate people telling me what to do. I'll heed advice, matter fact I LOVE advice but I've learned if you don't know how to say no people will try to live through you. So I'd say I'm cool because I prefer the road not taken :)
Who inspires you to be cool?
My fiance, he's really taught me to enjoy the little things in life and be firm about the decisions I make. My kindness has tended to be my weakness and he's helped me work on that.
If your life could have a theme song or a motto, what would it be?
"When work feels overwhelming, remember that your going to die."- I know, I know your probably thinking "wth", let me explain, lol. I tend to get extremely stressed out and I'm starting to learn that you can only do what you can do. Over-thinking, stressing and pulling out your hair will only get you more trouble than your looking for, so LET IT BE. STRESS FREE!
I'm Sasha and I approve this message :)
We still have 2 spots to fill for the month of November! We start next week, so please email me ASAP! For more information on The Small World Project, click here!