Fav hat

     Bodysuit – here / Hat – here / Shorts – Vintage Levi’s / Necklace – Topshop


    Ok seriously this hat makes every outfit look so stylish and well put together! It goes with everythinggg, I’ve never spent $99 on a hat before but honestly it was worth it haha, I love it. I think it’s so ‘Australian’, I haven’t seen anything exactly like it in Europe yet, love it. I also ordered a few things from Sabo Skirt and one of the items is this cute pink bodysuit, so nice and summery!

    Talking about summer, it’s so weird that we are going into winter here. It’s slowly starting to get colder, it’s still hot and sunny during daytime but nights are getting cold. And also we turned the clock backwards so it gets darker so much earlier now. I used to go for walks around 7/8 pm, today I had to go at 5.30 because it was already getting dark! So sad but the only exciting thing about it is that European summer is coming!! I can’t wait to go home to Estonia for summer and see all my friends and family ♥


    Never give up

    Hey guys!

    Ah I feel like I completely forgot about my blog, although on the other hand I thought about my blog every single day. Weird. I just always thought that I didn’t have the content to post, also I didn’t have a photographer to take my photos, I didn’t have a camera for a while and honestly everything that could go wrong, went wrong. I didn’t want to post boring stuff so I just didn’t post any, which is sad. These all sound like excuses and they definitely are, but I’m really really excited to restart this again, I might not be able to post these perfect outfit posts as I don’t have a photographer, but I’ll post outfits that I’ve shot on my tripod with a self timer, be real and talk about stuff, just be me and enjoy it.

    This is honestly me showing that even when everything goes wrong, don’t give up on your dream. So many things have gone wrong here with this whole blogging thing, which eventually made me think if all these things are signs that I should stop doing this. And then I quickly realized that no, even if everything goes wrong I’ll still try to do it. Try to push it through, it’s my dream and it makes me happy. For a second I tried to picture my life not being a blogger and it’s just not me. It’s not my life. It’s not what I want my life to be.

    I listened to a podcast where a man shared his story, I don’t remember the exact story but it goes something like this: he wrote a book and his goal was to get published 100 000 copies at once. He went to many, many publishers and got said no 136 times. Imagine getting said NO 136 times!!! Finally 5 years later, he found a publisher who agreed to publish his book but only 20 000 copies. He said no, 100 000 copies or nothing and the deal was off. Another couple of years went by until he got his publishing deal, now he has sold millions of copies and the book is a bestseller all over the world. The book is called “Chicken Soup for The Soul. ”

    As I don’t have a photographer I bought a tripod and started taking photos on my own again, and it actually feels SO GOOD to be in charge of that, no more stress of not having a photographer. It’s just me having fun, shooting different outfits and bikinis. I added a little sneak peak here of how my feed is probably going to look like from now on. I will start focusing more on fashion now instead of travel. Summery photos, bikinis, cute outfits. To be honest I feel like I’ve shot in a lot of beautiful places in Sydney and would probably start going back to these locations anyways, so I think it’s a good change and I’m so excited to play around with outfits again and shoot! My favourite thing to do!!

    If you take away anything from this post – please, never give up on your dreams.

    Also tell me what you think about the new feed, is it nice? Did you prefer the old one? What would you like to see more etc? Honestly you telling me what you think MEANS THE WORD.

    … I should probably stop putting a space between every line??


    Fav skirt

     Find my skirt here


    Hey guys! Have you heard of I amGia the label? You probably have because it’s all over Instagram, but if not go check them out they have the coolest stuff! Like my skirt hehe.

    Anyways on another topic, I was a bit sad for a few days because I just couldn’t understand why things were not working out for me blogging wise. I had finally found a photographer who had enough free time to shoot a few times per week and everything was going great. Until he got evicted and went to do farm work. And here I am, without a photographer yet again. A small part of me started to question it all for a second, maybe I should give up blogging? But then I quickly realised that I would be the unhappiest person if I’d do so. I would never give up on a dream, as a hobby or as a job – this is what I love doing the most. And I know that everything has it’s ups and downs. So I’m thinking of starting taking outfit photos indoors again – like when I started on Instagram. My account was actually doing really well when I was posting these kind of photos and the best part is that I can rely on myself, not on a photographer. The only sad part is, that I can’t show you all these magical locations here in Australia, but at the same I’ve shot in so many beautiful places in Sydney and a part of me is excited to change it up. And when I’m back in Europe reunited with my dream team bestie I could start posting outdoors photos again. What do you think? ♥




    Random facts about living in Australia

    1. Barefoot is okay. Shoes are not a must. Grocery shopping, picking your kids up from the school, going to the post office. I often see guys wearing fancy suits and no shoes haha. I love it! Shows how laid back the lifestyle is here.

    2. Always something to do. When back home I always felt like there is nothing to do then here it’s the opposite. I feel like I won’t have time to do everything I want until I need to go back! Exploring all the beautiful beaches, outdoor movies, events etc.

    3. Cockroaches. Everywhere. In your kitchen, bedroom, on the streets etc. Especially in Bondi. Everyone uses incect bombs to get rid of them but you’ll bound to see at least a few on the streets if not in your bedroom haha

    4. Spiders, I’ve seen 2 hairy spiders but never in my home. It’s actually quite a rare thing to see and definitely not something to stress about!

    5. Sharks. It’s actually so safe here when it comes to sharks, especially Bondi. They have a shark net, shark detector in the water and a helicopter flying over every 30 minutes to check for sharks. The last shark attack in Sydney was in 2015, and the last shark attack in Bondi was in 1929. So although I am terrified of sharks it’s a very unnecessary thing to be afraid of

    6. The party scene. It doesn’t matter if it’s a Sunday, Monday, Wednesday or Friday. It goes down every single night! I’ve probably never partied this much in my life and I’m slowly distancing myself from the party scene to focus on personal development. But it’s crazy fun! All these beach bars, house parties across the street, bbq-s etc. The thing I love the most about the party scene here is that people start early, 9pm is very late. You start drinking around 5, you’re drunk by 7/8 and you are home in bed by midnight :-))

    7. Dating scene. Everyone’s dating, maybe even 5 people at a time. Dating is huge here – dinners, drinks you name it. And everyones on Tinder and Bumble haha

    8. Poke bowls. Poke is like a raw fish salad, you choose either tuna, salmon, shrimps etc. And then you choose your base like brown rice, noodles, cauliflower rice etc. And then you have this delicious bowl that every Aussie eats. It’s like the Australian Vapiano! The lines are always so long but you get your meal pretty quickly

    9. No one’s really an Australian apart from the Aboriginals. All my friends are fist generation Aussies, meaning that their parents are not Australian, but moved here a while ago and had kids. if you ask an Aussie where are they from they usually say “my mom is German and dad is english but we’ve been living here my all life” or something like that. I think it’s so interesting, so mixed, I love it.

    10. People wake up early, if you go down to the beach at sunrise which is 6.30 the beach is packed! It’s busier in the early hours than in the evening. Everyone’s working out, walking their dogs, grabbing breakfast or going for an early morning surf before work

    11. People are so friendly, warm and open. On the streets, post office, on the bus – you just strike up a conversation with stranger

    12. It’s so easy to meet people and make friends. A super lovely girl came into my bikini shop this week and we hit it off from the first second and she invited me to her little food and drinks event with all her girlfriends. How nice! This is totally normal here and I love it so much, something like this would probably never happen in Estonia as people are much more closed off and disconnected from each other

    13. I came to the point where my mind just stopped working and I started googling facts about Australia haha. So I’ll just stop here, these facts are super random just what came out of my head in the moment. Hope you liked this post, it’s a beautiful day so I’ll head down to the beach now! x