30 December 2015

6 Things To Say Goodbye To Before 2016

We see a lot of people making New Year resolutions that only ever last a few weeks. So why not forget the resolutions this time around and focus on things from the past 12 months that you need to let go of.

Welcome in the new year by reflecting on this past year. What are the things that you need to say goodbye to in order to be able to say hello to the new year, new adventures, new lessons and new experiences?

Say goodbye to the people who never give the effort back to you
A lot of us are guilty of missing someone who doesn't miss us at all, or caring too much about people who don't care half as much. It's exhausting and time-wasting and I'd like to see less of it this year.

Say goodbye to excessive use of social media
You can go without social media. You don't have to know what other people are doing every second of the day, so put your phone down and be in the moment.

Say goodbye to poisonous relationships
 If someone is bringing negativity into your life, it's time to learn how to shut them out and to be okay with that. They say you should surround yourself with people who are like you or who inspire you, not people who bring you down.

Say goodbye to the negative things people have said about you
 It's easy to hold on to other people's comments that hurt us the most. Instead, make more room for the positive comments, praises and compliments that you've received.

Say goodbye to missed opportunities
When reflecting back on this year, say goodbye to that trip that was cancelled or that lunch date with an old friend that was postponed. Make things happen!

Say goodbye to the pressure of impressing others
Do more things for yourself and not for the approval of other people. At the end of the day, you're happiness and well-being is paramount and you're the only one in charge!

Happy New Year!

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12 December 2015


There are a lot of great things about Spotify. Not only do they have nearly every song to have ever exist (yes nearly thank you Taylor Swift), but at the end of the year you can now look back at your year in music.

At the end of last year, Spotify let their users know what their most played song was. Mine was, of course, Bed Peace by Jhene Aiko ft. Childish Gambino a song that will always be a go-to.

This year, Spotify launched Your Year In Music, which tells users how and what they listened to in 2015. Spotify has also revealed what the world has listened to most this year.

Read on to see what I've been listening to this year. Follow me on Spotify here.

7 December 2015


T H E R E   H A S   B E E N   A N   A W A K E N I N G .

On Thursday night, Covergirl teamed up with fashion label Romance Was Born to deliver a spectacular collection of looks inspired by the newest Star Wars film Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Set in Sydney's Powerhouse Museum, the venue was buzzing with excited beauty guru's and eager fashionista's. With an endless supply of drinks making its way around the room, photo booths crowded, makeup booths filling up and storm troopers working the room, the Powerhouse Museum was transformed into the most futuristic fashion and beauty social hub.

A special performance from pocket rocket Tkay Maidza didn't disappoint either. Wearing a swing dress from the Romance Was Born x Star Wars collection, Tkay Maidza performed bangers like M.O.B, Uh-huh and her latest Ghost (which she played live in Australia for the first time!). The mini gig got myself and fellow Covergirl's dancing and jumping around and my night only got better when I was lucky enough to meet her after her set!

It's always an amazing outcome whenever fashion, beauty and film all collaborate with each other, and this collection was no exception.

The collection comprised of 'Light Side' and 'Dark Side' looks. The 'Light Side' saw everything shiny. Metallic fabrics, jeweled jumpsuits, reflective dresses and yes, everything was gorgeous. The 'Dark Side' had a lot of film stills printed on unique silhouettes. A lot of over-dramatic and structured pieces that reflect what Queens and politicians would typically wear in the Star Wars films.

Unfortunately, the collection will not be for sale to the public right now. Romance Was Born has stated that it's only a showcase collection at this stage.

A massive thank you to the Covergirl AU team and Novotel for this amazing experience x

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