The Art of Letting Go: A Minimalist Approach to Friendship

20 March 2018

*Trigger warning: This post contains brief mentions of my experience with depression, self-harm, self-esteem, and sexual assault, where relevant. If that will be too triggering for you, please skip (or skim) the paragraphs that begin with an asterisk (*). Thank you! x

When I was in school, I was encompassed by this invasively toxic ideology of friendship. Since a very young age, watching television programmes and reading books, I formed this flawed sense of what happiness truly was, based solely on social interactions, and my false concept of "popularity". This began as early as kindergarten, when I was intentionally saying rude things about my friend's Halloween costume to win over the "cool girls" (but, who's really "cool" in kindergarten?). The power I felt from getting a large group to laugh at something I said was not only oddly indicative of the career path I would eventually take, but also a clear sign that I would develop an intensely fatal perception of how to make and keep friends, fabricated by my unhealthy obsession with the media's notion that all kids want is to be popular. Even if this wasn't something I inherently wanted myself, I was made to believe that it's what I should have wanted.

Things began to spiral downwards from there. I moved to a new state, an island, in fact, where I could symbolically claim my territory, as our vicious white forefathers did to the same land centuries ago. I decided I would arrive to the second grade and only surround myself with those considered to be the most pretty, interesting, smart, and, above all else, popular. It wasn't until I was pulled aside by a teacher one day for saying something very rude to a classmate in front of my new potential friend group and scolded that I realised maybe this wasn't exactly who I was.

Throughout my remaining years pre-collegiate, I definitely gave up on caring what people thought as much or having a million friends. Once high school came around, I had, and still have to this day, two best friends who I could always count on (hi, Kitty and Shannon!). The only problem was that, despite not caring if I had a lot of friends, I took it upon myself to just hate everyone. That's when I noticed what I wanted in grade school was happening against my will in high school. People I didn't even know called me by name in the hallways, and people just genuinely liked my company. Of course, as an eyeliner and black nail polish wearing, "screamo" music blasting in my headphones, cut my own choppy hair kinda girl, this didn't please me as it once would have. But it was very telling, indeed, as it taught me that once you stop caring what people think, you'll notice that they begin to have a better view of you. Despite hating a handful of people, I remained kind. "Kill them with kindness", as my mother always said.

Unfortunately, reflecting back on my university years, it is clear that very little changed, as I had once thought, once I was on my own in a new city once again. I held tightly onto the thought that a new place was an opportunity to "redefine myself". These were new people who knew nothing about me, so I could take this opportunity and run with it. Although I didn't lose myself in the process in that I could still unapologetically be myself, I was still very wary of who I hung out with, as I felt it would make my college life, as well as my career path, flourish. This was not the case.

* It wasn't long until I discovered that even though I had a "group" that even professors referred to as "the A-team", I was still miserably depressed. Why? This is what all the television shows I loved base their plot around, a fun, albeit dysfunctional group of friends with their own ostentatious personalities who would just make fun of each other all the time. I hit rock bottom when I realised, even though on paper I had a large group of friends (people to go to parties with, grab food together, and complain about the stockpile of school work), I couldn't say that I, Sarah, had one best friend (in university, of course, I still had my high school mates, but they lived thousands of miles away). This was the first time in my life where I was in school and didn't have my one person. My friends, who all had their own respective best friends, assured me that it didn't matter, but for some reason, to me, it did.

* Then came my last semester of university, also more conventionally known as, the worst four months of my life. Sure, my friends were by my side and supportive during the good times, but then I was struck with the unwarranted awareness that even though I had a large group of friends, I couldn't count on any of them when it came to something serious I was going through, if it involved one of the other friends in the group. I was assaulted, being emotionally and mentally abused, and continually showing up to class with self-harm marks and bandages. I was repeatedly told by friends I tried to confide in that they wished to remain "impartial" because it would make things "awkward". I never felt more alone than at this point in my life.

Once I was out of the harmful situation, I began to use romantic partners as a stand-in for a "best friend", talking to them about my trauma, having them talk me through panic attacks, and pretty much doing everything with them. Although your partner should be, at the foundation, your best friend, they shouldn't be the only person you have to talk to, and I learned that much later on.

* Miraculously, I graduated university with my second degree with straight A's, despite the overwhelming depression, anxiety, and abusive relationship. I was rid of a bad roommate situation by July, and I was feeling more at peace and ready to start a new chapter. It didn't take long for me to find the confidence to cut out the friends I made in college, and begin making new, genuine friendships.

Soon enough, (and I mean very soon--within a matter of months), the world brought Haylie to me. The moments that I met my true lifelong best friends (Shannon, Kitty, Haylie, and Meghan, in that order) will always hold as much importance and value, as I imagine meeting the one true love of your life must have. Haylie casually slid into my Twitter DM's (lol) and asked me to coffee and it changed my entire life. It was like a light bulb was struck on in my brain "Oh, THIS is what it's supposed to feel like?". It had been so many years since I met a genuine friend who only cared about my happiness and supported every single decision I made. Then not even a month later, I met Meghan, someone who had been through everything I had been through and then some, who despite just meeting me, believed me when I was comfortable enough to share my story. We were able to relate on even the darkest, most horrific levels, and that felt so empowering.

Not only did I see an improvement in the quality of people in my life, but I also saw an improvement in my own self-worth. Cutting people out was the biggest step forward I took in my mental health journey, and I am beyond proud of how far I've come since college. I see who I am as a person now, and reflect on poor, naïve, young Sarah, who let other people change who she was and how she saw the world. In college, I was a very unhappy, judgemental, and oftentimes mean person, who thought consistently saying negative things about other people would elevate my own confidence. Spoiler alert, that is, and never will be, the case.

I can't say that I'm a perfect person who doesn't make mistakes anymore, or hurt people's feelings. In fact, I still do the latter quite a bit without intending to (something I'm working on), but now that I surround myself only with people who lift me up, despite being a much lower number than before, I'm happier, and that happiness is expressed through more kindness and compassion than I'd ever had before, despite constantly reassuring myself I'm a good person.

I hope you found my story helpful and find the courage yourself to remove toxicity from your own life, because I am living proof that it can be remarkably beneficial. Next up, letting go of material possessions for a clearer mind...

x, Sarah

*If you're in a similar situation and feel you have no one to talk to, please don't hesitate to reach out to me. You can contact me using my social media platforms (listed on the sidebar), or email me at You're never alone x

Sunset Boulevard

18 March 2018

Good afternoon, lovely people. I hope your start to spring has been a seamless and painless transition. Here in San Francisco, the warming weather has been a bit sporadic, but most days have been grey and cold, which incidentally, is my favourite! I've also had the rare opportunity of enjoying sleeping to the sound of rain! Definitely won't be taking those nights for granted after our seemingly never-ending drought.

What I look forward to the most out of all that spring shall bring is spring cleaning! I've already rearranged my bedroom (would you be interested in a bedroom tour video/blog post?) and have been cleaning out all of my drawers and closets! There's nothing quite as refreshing and satisfying as getting rid of stuff. Does anyone else feel that way, or is it just me?


  • binge-watching Crazy Ex Girlfriend on Netflix (obsessed)
  • shared my personal sexual assault story on Instagram and Facebook, where I'm raising money for RAINN
  • spending lots of time getting inspired by home décor and style, collecting pins on Pinterest
  • spring cleaning!
  • grabbing extra jobs for some ~extra~ cash and loving being on set
  • having lots of family time in Sacramento
  • obsessing over Lady Bird
  • redecorating my home (post to come!)

I have a few more personal posts coming this way! I have a lot I'd like to share about what's been going on in my head lately. 2018 has been quite sweet to me so far! Been in somewhat of a writing rut despite being constantly surrounded by inspiration and coming up with new ideas, and I'd love your input for things you'd like to see from this blog this year! Let me know in the comments, or let me know what has been inspiring you lately.

x, Sarah

*Photos by Tommy Ly (Instagram)

  • dress, cardigan, heels, & handbag: vintage

Personal Goals for 2018

14 January 2018

Happy New Year, everyone! I don't know about you, but I'm pretty relieved 2017 has come to a close. Although not nightmarishly insufferable as 2016 was, 2017 was nothing to come home about. Conclusively, it seems to have been pretty shite for most everyone, as a whole. It wasn't until towards the end of the year that I truly enjoyed life, having travelled to Iceland and Scotland, surrounded myself with family, and all those good bits. 2017 was filled with much drama I intend to leave behind me this year, and start looking forward.

On the topic of looking forward, I hope to make 2018 the year of focus. Towards the end of December of last year and throughout this month I've noticed myself finally beginning to have an even stronger desire to obtain what I really want (and some things I have always wanted but never even touched or thought I'd actually achieve) from life. Don't get me wrong, 2016 and 2017 were very important years for personal self-growth, (which is still inarguably significant) having recovered from trauma and receiving and coping with my diagnosis of BPD--but I hope to make 2018 the year that my professional goals will flourish, or even begin.

I hope to use this blog post to regain my focus and allow for every decision I make to contribute toward these goals this year. Hopefully, it will be a productive and valuable year for me, despite it being the Year of the Dog, which, according to tradition, shall bring anyone born in the Year of the Dog (myself included and all you other 1994 friends!) excessive bad luck. I'm trying to remain optimistic though!

And now for the list! I'm going to start off with the big ones, things that will take a lot of work and a lot of time to achieve, but am very willing to put in all the effort! I'm done being vague now, let's get more specific:

Citizenship & Moving: This is probably the most significant thing in my life that I will ever work towards (probably). For as long as I can remember (and some very specific moments in high school when I recall sitting in Chemistry researching this on my laptop instead of paying attention to the lecture), I have wanted to obtain dual citizenship (the ideal), or revoke my American citizenship entirely for British citizenship. Having been born in British territory (British Hong Kong, before 1997) as a British citizen and raised on certain aspects of British culture to American parents, then moving to the States, I always been interested exploring my identity in that regard and look into somehow obtaining dual citizenship. I have already taken some of the necessary steps and have much more research and meetings before I can really begin the process, including chatting with current dual-citizens, researching fees of consultations at the British consulate, obtaining a digital copy of my birth certificate, etc., and I look forward to getting closer and closer with each step.

Things that have contributed to this decision include my most recent visit to Edinburgh, where my best friend lives. Each and every time I step foot there (or even the more clichéd London), I feel at home. Although there are ways to move there as an American citizen, I'd prefer to avoid the issue of visas, possibility of deportation, etc., if possible, and I definitely would have no intention of moving back to the States. Living in the UK would be a permanent decision.

In light of recent political decisions in the States (cough, Trump, cough), the end of 2016 and the entirety of 2017 has really pushed me away from the thought of wanting a life in this country, despite some (albeit few) redeeming qualities. Although I love San Francisco, I have more than enough reasons to leave, as presented to me in the past few years, and it will always be a home to me, but I always knew it was a temporary home.

I know realistically that moving by the end of this year will be impossible, but I would like to at the very least pursue the requirements essential for the prospect of moving abroad in the next few years.

Starting My Actual Career: These two years since graduating university, my main goal has been making money and being able to be financially independent. Despite achieving that (with some bumps in the road) and being proud of that fact, I've realised now that I've set my ~*dreams aside just to make a comfortable living. I'm feeling more and more inspired lately to do the things I've always just thought about in bed at night. For those of you who don't know, although it becomes exceedingly obvious upon meeting me in person, I'm an actress. I've worked somewhat in the last year, but not nearly as much as I'd like to. Ideally, acting would be my full-time job and I would have another job (preferably my current full-time job) on the side for a more consistent income. Anxiety and depression have held me back from doing what needs to be done to actually begin my career, but I've decided enough is enough. Steps for this include:

  • Submitting and auditioning for as much as possible
  • Applying for agencies
  • Network with fellows in the industry
Become More Consistent Online: Speaking of careers, I very much am interested in putting more work into my blog and YouTube channel, and hopefully making it something more than just a passion project. I think a huge factor in making that happen (as I've read in countless blog posts, heard in videos, etc. about the subject) is consistency. Ideally, this year, I would like to write a blog post and make a video every week (!!!!). Not only will this quite possibly increase my presence and following online, but I will have a weekly creative outlet doing things that I genuinely enjoy. I always feel so very productive when I complete a blog post or video, and feeling that every week will keep me going and make me feel less ~stuck.

There are smaller things I'd like to aim for as well this year, including:

  • Grow out my hair!
  • Read (at least) one book each month
  • Obtain a regulated sleeping schedule
  • Drink more water!
  • (Maybe??) get my driver's license??
  • Go to therapy consistently again
  • Eat more fruits and vegetables 
  • Wear my retainer every night
  • Never miss medication
If you're still with me, thank you so much for reading! What are some things you're going to work on this year, month, or even week? Please let me know down below in the comments and we can work on ourselves together this year! Each new day is a new opportunity for self-love, don't let one unproductive day hold you back!

x, Sarah

*photos by Meghan

  • teddy (worn as top): vintage                                           
  • bra: jezebel
  • skirt: vintage                       
  • skirt (worn as petticoat): target  

  • foundation: bourjois
  • blusher: sleek
  • lips: nudestix (in "vino")
  • eyeliner: nyx

  • The Seasons Have Changed

    27 September 2017

    ...and so have we. 

    It is officially my favourite season--autumn! Although the beginnings of autumn in San Francisco aren't exactly enjoyable (today it got up to 115º!), I look forward to the cooler nights to come, when I can see my breath and bundle up in oversized scarves and sweaters.

    As we approach October, I can't help but reflect on how far I've come since October last. Around this time of year in 2016 was definitely when my mental health hit rock bottom. Of course, I don't remember those days (or, nights, rather) in especially fond light, but it is comforting to see where I am now and how much my overall happiness has improved since then. This is also the same time I was diagnosed with BPD, which marks the starting point to my road to recovery and newfound happiness. Although I am not in perfect shape, I am the most stable I've been in years.

    Despite all of that, I still have bad days. If you suffer from mental illness and have been doing well for a while and fall back every now and then, you know how it feels. I find it's really important to forgive yourself and remember that just because you have a few bad days where it feels like everything is spiralling back to the way it used to be, doesn't mean that your work thus far was in vain. Keeping track of these patterns and what triggers them, however, is equally important. Personally, my anxiety has been worse than usual, which I've targeted to be a result of financial and organisation issues. The best thing to do in this case to relieve my anxiety is tackle those specific problems at hand currently. It doesn't mean I will be curing my anxiety, as it will always be a part of me, but making small changes to soften the blow of the symptoms is what can make living with mental illness feel slightly more possible. 

    I think the new season is great motivation to kick yourself into shape and develop new healthy habits in areas of your life you'd like to improve! For example, here are some things I'll work on for the autumn season:
    • Decluttering my home
    • Healthier eating habits
    • Financial management & budgeting
    • Hydration
    • Getting on a regular sleeping schedule
    Having too long of a list can seem overwhelming, so just focusing on one point each week is a great way to relieve that stress and still work towards your goal! If you feel mentally healthy and don't have concerns like these, try setting a life goal and coming up with a list of actions or improvements you can make to reach that goal! Feeling productive and busy is what helps me to not dwell on the stress and anxieties in my life.

    One of my biggest struggles is feeling as though I have to spend every spare minute freely available on being productive, which only causes me more anxiety and stress! Keep in mind that it's okay to take a day off where you just relax all day, especially if you had a really busy week. Sometimes overworking and not taking a breather can be worse for you in the end, so you deserve to rest every now and then! I like to treat myself with a nap, a bubble bath, or a face mask.

    What are some things on your list of what to focus on/change this coming season? What do you do to unwind on your days off? Let me know in the comments! Always looking for more inspiration & motivation!

    x Sarah

  • blouse: vintage
  • trousers: vintage
  • hat: vintage                        
  • coat: h&m (old)                      
  • shoes: primark (old)
  • handbag: vintage
  • belt: vintage
  • lips: nars
  • eyeliner: nyx 
  • brows: anastasia beverly hills
  • Heat Wave Essentials

    01 September 2017

    The San Francisco summer has officially arrived! For those of you who don't live in the Bay Area, the months of September and October are the absolute hottest up here, and today, being the first day of September, was no exception, with temperatures reaching up to 102º F (unheard of!). I find myself envious of people who are beginning to see fall colours and wear more layers, especially on a day as hot as today. I can't help but feel angry at myself for not taking advantage of the times I was cold, that's just how miserable it feels today!

    Thankfully, growing up on a tropical island with year-round heat and humidity provided me with a bit of expertise in surviving the scorching heat, and for those of you still experiencing it, I thought I'd share my heat wave essentials that I carried with me today. Although these products aren't the cure to the inevitable sweaty, stickiness, they do contribute somewhat of a solution to the symptoms of a sweltering day in the city, apart from lots (and I mean lots) of ice cream. Other than consuming said ice cream alongside gallons of water to stay hydrated and cool, these six things really helped get me through the day the most comfortably I could. 

    1. Mario Badescu Facial Spray with Aloe • Spritz for a cooling and calming burst to the skin! I spray it before I apply my makeup and then throughout the day to refreshen my skin.
    2. Too Faced Hangover Replenishing Face Primer • A light, moisturising primer that feels light and cool to the touch! Perfect for keeping my makeup from melting away.
    3. Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Body Mist Sunscreen (SPF 100+) • As a fair skinned redhead, it's important to protect my delicate skin! This sunblock is easy to self-apply and works like a charm.
    4. Wet Ones Antibacterial Hand Wipes • There's nothing worse to me than the feeling of sticky, dirty hands. Carrying these around was a must with today's mugginess.
    5. Supergoop! Everyday Sunscreen • An excellent oil-free sunscreen that wears expertly under my foundation and protects my face from harmful UV rays.
    6. Kate Spade New York Kandi Cat Eye Sunglasses • Light eyes are the most sensitive to light! With the amount of sunlight and reflections (and easily triggered migraines) I would be nothing without my sunnies!

    For those of you enduring the heat alongside me, we can get through this together! It's days like today that make me wonder why anyone enjoys being out in the sun. San Francisco homes are scarcely equipped with AC, so even being indoors has been exceptionally uncomfortable. I am looking forward to next week when I'll be heading to a cooler climate, but more on that later!

    Do you have any further advice for surviving hot weather? I know it won't last forever, but I am at my wit's end! It's hard to believe I survived living in Hawaii for eleven years now that I've grown so accustomed to the crisp San Francisco air.

    x Sarah

  • playsuit: anthropologie
  • shoes: steve madden
  • brows: anastasia beverley hills (in auburn)                         
  • foundation: kat von d (in light 42 neutral)
  • blush: tarte (in paaarty)

  • handbag: anthropologie
  • sunnies: kate spade
  • lips: bobbi brown (in orange)
  • eyeliner: nyx 

  • Everyday Makeup Routine

    29 August 2017

    Disclaimer: I do not feel as though I "need" to wear makeup, but I have fun doing it! I do not feel as though anyone "should" wear makeup, but for those of you interested in my daily routine, I've provided this little tutorial. Remember you are beautiful just the way you are--makeup is meant to be for fun and for yourself only, not for anyone else. Please be kind to one another! 
    Hello, there, everyone! I bring to you today my first ever makeup post! I've been wanting to incorporate beauty into my blogging for quite some time now, (regardless of my lack of skill in the application process) so the best way to start, I thought, was with my go-to every day look! This is typically what I wear nearly every day to work, to meet up with friends for coffee, or running errands on my own. I will switch one or two things up each day, but this is the most common makeup look I wear! If you've been interested in how I do my makeup or what products I use, here we go!
    Before I apply any makeup, I always apply moisturiser, because I have incredibly dry skin, especially around my nose and eyes. I either apply it alone or mix it with my foundation, if I want less coverage and a more dewy finish. For this look in particular, I applied my moisturiser by itself and let it sink into my skin for a few minutes, then applied foundation with a damp Real Techniques sponge. On rare occasions, I will put a primer on after moisturising and before foundation if I want a bit of longer wear. My primer of choice is Too Faced's Hangover because it's moisturising and feels cool on the face! After my foundation, I apply a small amount of eyeshadow primer to keep my eye makeup in place.

    Next comes my favourite part--blush! I love to really overload the blush and give myself a bright, youthful look. I'll typically start on the apples of my cheeks, swooping up towards my cheekbones, and then add a little bit on my nose and chin for a natural flush. I then add a matte bronzer for a bit of contouring. If I'm feeling a bit flat, I typically add a bit of highlight to my nose and cheekbones. For my everyday look, however, I wanted to keep things mattified. (My favourite highlighter is theBalm's Mary-Lou Manizer)

    Next up is my favourite feature to bring attention to--my eyes. I always start by filling in my rather light and particularly sparse brows with my handy-dandy Anastasia Dip Brow Pomade in Auburn. This pot I have has lasted me nearly two years and it's nowhere near used up--which is especially impressive considering it is one product I use every day if nothing else. My brows are naturally arched, so I define that with a heavier hand and an angled brush on the mid-to-outer brow, and then make light vertical strokes on the inner brow and then use the spooly bit end of the brush to blur them out for a more natural look.

    And now for my classic cat eye! You will rarely ever see me leave the house without flicked eyeliner, and I've been perfecting it since I was in high school (almost ten years now, ahh!). I'm still no master and have bad days where I just can't get it right (the struggle of hooded eyes). To start off the eyes, I cover my lids in a light nude matte eyeshadow that closely matches my skin. If I'm feeling like I want more dimension, I'll add a soft matte taupe in the crease. My go-to mattes are in the Kat Von D Shade & Light Eyeshadow Palette.

    I find the beloved cat eye easiest to create with a brush tipped liquid eyeliner. I've used Kat Von D's Tattoo Liner for years, but my current favourite dupe (that I actually like a lot better) is NYX Epic Ink Liner (a close second being Soap and Glory's Supercat). The pointed tip and flexible bristles provide an effortless clean line. I'll typically make the triangle shape on the outside of my eyes (relatively flat for my hooded eyes) and then connect it through my inner corner and fill in.

    Once I'm happy with my eyeliner, I finish off the eyes with any volumising mascara. I haven't found my perfect go-to mascara yet, but some of my favourites are Too Faced Better That Sex Mascara and Tarte Lights, Camera, Splashes Mascara. In this look, I am using an old favourite that's wildly affordable--Maybelline Great Lash Lots of Lashes. The tear shaped applicator brush really packs on the product on my outer lashes, giving a lovely "fanned-out" effect, which is how I prefer my lashes. Maybelline, however, is not a cruelty-free company, so I will most likely not repurchase, but if being cruelty-free is not something important to you as a consumer and you like lots of volume on a short budget, I would highly recommend this one!

    The lips are what truly completes my makeup look. I feel so exposed and unkempt unless my lips are done, and a red lip always makes me feel so elegant, and pairing it with a cat eye is such a timelessly decadent look. I typically try and exfoliate my lips every so often to ensure softness (I use French Girl Organics Rose Lip Polish) and then a lip balm for moisture (I use Burt's Bees Vanilla Bean). This will allow the colour to glide on more smoothly and give me the look I desire. This Nars Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Cruella is great because it allows me to line and fill my lips all in one, and it's my perfect red shade.

    To finish off my face, I add a few final touches here and there--including filling in my freckles that are too light to be seen under my foundation, as well as using a dark brown liquid eyeliner to accentuate my moles (or "beauty marks" as some may call them), my favourite being the one on my cheek. For my freckles, I use a very, very light taupe or brown and gently press into my skin, focusing mostly on my nose and twist the pencil. If the marks are too dark, I will dab my beauty blender over them to soften.

    And we're finished! I know this isn't the typical "every day look", but it is definitely my go-to. I love looking like a glamorous old Hollywood star and live like one each and every day! It is simple, yet elegant, classic, yet timeless, and one of the most versatile looks there is. A red lip and cat eye are my favourite accessories, and very few outfits I have are complete without them!

    I hope you enjoyed my first ever makeup tutorial! I know it was a bit lengthy, but I had fun going through my process step by step. It's been many years of practice and figuring out what works best with my skin type, eye shape, etc., and I am happy to finally have found a look that I feel most comfortable with!

    1. Kat Von D Lock-it Foundation in Light 42 Neutral
    2. Kat Von D Shade & Light Eye Palette
    3. Soap & Glory Speed Plump All-Day Super Moisture Marvel
    4. e.l.f Cosmetics Blush with Brush in Blushing
    5. Benefit Hoola Bronzer
    6. Maybelline Great Lash Lots of Lashes
    7. Chella Eyebrow Defining Gel
    8. NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Cruella
    9. Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip-Brow Pomade in Auburn
    10. Lorac Behind the Scenes Eye Primer
    11. Wet n' Wild Color Icon Kohl Liner in Taupe of the Mornin'
    What are some of your favourite beauty products at the moment? Do you have any cruelty-free alternatives to the products I used above? Let me know in the comments! I am always interested in learning about new products and updating my makeup kit!

    x Sarah

    What Sarah Wants - Birthday Wishlist!

    03 August 2017

    1. Cult Gaia Gaia's Ark (Large) in Natural - $138.00
    2. Beats by Dr. Dre Solo3 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones in Rose Gold - $299.99
    3. Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture Eyeshadow Palette - $42.00
    4. Glossier Phase 2 Set (in Zip, Light, & Clear) - $40.00
    5. Langley Street Leominster 6 Drawer Dresser with Mirror in Natural - $749.99
    6. Death Cab for Cutie We Have the Facts and We're Voting Yes Vinyl - ~$25.00
    7. Paramore After Laughter Vinyl - $19.99
    8. Steve Madden Dalis Mules in Sand - $62.99
    9. Crosley Harper Wood Wireless Speakers - $79.00
    It's officially Leo Season, and this coming Sunday is my 23rd birthday! I'm not huge on receiving gifts lately, as I'm trying to cut back on the whole excessive-material-possessions-having thing. But I decided to make a theoretical idealistic birthday wish list, if I were to be undeservedly spoilt this coming weekend. Of course, I know most of these are absolute luxury items and way too much to expect for a gift, so I guess it's more of a "want" list than a "wish" list, because I'd never actually presume someone would blow this much cash on little ole me. 

    HOWEVER, in a perfect world where money is no object and having a bunch of things in my humble San Francisco apartment didn't fill me with intense anxiety, these are some things I'd really love! What are some things you'd have on your idealistic wish list? Let me know in the comments so I can check them out and drool over them too. x
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