Wednesday, October 19, 2011

iStalk Wednesday: Andrea Torres

Happy Wednesday!
We are in the middle of our week and I'm celebrating 2 months of a wonderful relationship with my boyfriend :3
I do not have the day completely off but it still works and I'm happy I can write another post :)

This week I am head-over-heels in love with Andrea Torres's style.
She is a very talented blogger/model from Mexico and is the winner of this year's "Mango's IT Girl" contest where she was chosen out of hundred girls for her impeccable style. She is a fashion blogger at heart. She runs Style Scrapbook which is a style and fashion blog where she shares her daily looks and lifestyle.
She is truly the one to look out for when missing inspiration for looks. Truly a unique, laid-back, and edgy style to appreciate.

Here are some of the many looks she has, these are all taken from her profile.

Friday, October 14, 2011

At last! TGIF!

Right now, I'm at the beauty salon getting pampered and gorgeous because I needed some quality time with this heating machine that is drying my hair at the moment.
It is Friday afternoon already and I can't wait to get out of here and do some serious shopping!
It is well-deserved. 
My latest college trimester is almost done and I am somewhat nervous for my grades... I am still doing my best but one of the classes I am taking has been kind of hard for me. Juggling school with work is not easy but I am an optimistic person and I really think I can do it! (: Plus, when God is on your side there is nothing you cannot achieve!
Out of the machine now and almost stepping out of the salon :) 
I'll say bye for now :D
Ciao lovely!!

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Walking for the cure!

Hello! I've been so busy with college and work that I haven't had time for my favorite thing! :(
Anyhoo! I want to let you know what have I've been doing lately.

On Sunday, October 9th 2011 my cousin, my boyfriend and I walked in Susan G. Komen's "Race for the Cure" that helps cancer patients to be one step closer for the cure of mentioned disease. It felt great walking and looking at other people doing the same. There were SO many people there. It was my first time doing it and it was such a great experience. I'm glad I got to help (:

I encourage you to do the same.

I promise you will feel proud and useful! :DFor any additional information about the Komen's Foundation, click here.


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