Changing your Lifestyle: Tips & Tricks to get Fit

DISCLAIMER: The topic of diet and lifestyle can be a controversial, sensitive topic. I am by no means a nutritionist, fitness trainer, therapist, or here to dictate to you how to live your life. This post has been requested for me to talk about my own lifestyle and what has worked for me in getting results in relation to exercise and diet. Everyone is different, so I can only give you the resources to scaffold steps for yourself. If you are suffering from mental illnesses like body dysphoria, depression, anxiety or eating disorders, I am not able to give you a miracle answer to change your circumstances. Likewise, if you are someone who is perfectly happy with their current lifestyle, I'll see you in my next post! This self-help guide is for the people who want my personal input on getting no-nonsense advice for getting fit this year and on-wards. Thank you for understanding. Let's start!

These are the key areas of your focus:

1. Addressing 'Why?'
2. Transforming Your Diet.
3. Knowledge of Your Body.
4. Mental Resolve.

1: Changing the Perception of What You Want & Why:

It goes without saying that mental clarity and physical wellness go together hand-in-hand. Success starts with your own perception of yourself, as weight-loss and fitness depends entirely on your mindset. The psychological part of weight loss is something you never hear about, but it'll become the source of your powerful strength or crippling kryptonite. You need to figure out your reasoning for losing weight and/or putting on muscle, and it needs to be a compelling enough reason to be the driving force behind your want of transforming yourself.

It needs to be bigger than something like "looking good in a swimsuit" or trying to look like someone else. Even the thought "I want to lose 10 pounds" isn't good enough. Lose 10 pounds for what? These are empty reasons that are weak motivation in the long run, and you'll inevitably end up giving up with your diet and exercise within a few weeks. One hundred percent.

Why do I want to do this?

Your "why" should be emotional, something you feel, it can't just be for pure aesthetics. That the thought of not having "it" can steer you away from temptation and shock you into action when you slip up. Let me make it clear, you are going to slip up, a lot. That's nothing to feel guilty about. In order for you keep trying over and over again, you need a good enough reason to.  It needs to be something that can be measurable, with a clear finish line. Things that are a good "why?" are:

- So I can FEEL strong!
- So I can BECOME confident!
- So I can ENJOY watching my kids grow up!
- So I can TEACH others how to do what I've done!
- So I can have ENERGY to do the things I've always wanted to do!
- So I can FINISH my goal to lose enough weight to run that marathon!

For me, it was the thought of wanting to be stronger and having more confidence in myself and feeling good in my skin that drove me to getting into fitness. I was never over-weight, but I was tired of being that flabby, weak girl with no strength or stamina. I repeated this mantra of motivation, and it worked very well. Really think about what yours may be.

2. Building a Positive Relationship with Food:

The easiest way to segway into a healthier lifestyle and get in shape is through the food you put in your body. It's a lot easier to lose excessive fat first, then build muscle afterwards. So let's tackle what it means to be build a positive relationship with the food you eat: it simply means finding healthy foods you actually like eating. This is the biggest factor I find people struggling with! People have this weird assumption that you have to eat like a bird to lose excess body fat, or that you're putting yourself through self-torture if you have a healthy diet. You don't.

Skipping meals is out of the question. (And we're not talking about intermittent fasting body builders use, my guess is you're not a body builder.) Starving yourself does nothing, and even if it makes you lose weight, you gain absolutely zero strength or muscles while you deprive your body of essential vitamins and nutrients. It's gonna throw your entire metabolism out of whack and once you stop, you can gain back your body fat very easily since you have no muscles to burn it. You have no idea how many people have asked me where all the food I eat goes; building muscle is part of the process. For that, your muscles need fuel.

This may come as a no-brainer for some people, but when it comes to eating well, it's not realistic to torment yourself by eating something like steamed broccoli everyday for dinner, if you absolutely hate the taste of broccoli. For example, my boyfriend dislikes tomatoes and peppers, so he's not going to force himself to eat them. But he does like things like carrots, asparagus, spinach, bananas, grapes and apples, so he'll eat those on a regular basis. He makes up the healthy things he doesn't eat with other healthy things; his diet remains balanced. This is where you need to start. 

What are thoooooooose?

It's alright if you don't eat those one or two things you absolutely despise, but unfortunately for those desperately picky eaters, you may have to challenge your own prejudice towards the healthy foods you don't eat, or your diet is going to remain stagnant. I personally come from a household where we were served everything, and if you didn't eat what was served, tough. We didn't get coddled and as a result, I'm the least picky person out there. I'm also lucky having grown up in a culturally diverse community; I've grown a love for many different kinds of cuisine from around the world. Nowadays the only things I still don't like eating are whole olives and pickled herring.... sorry mom.

It's time to get adventurous and try as many whole foods as you can to discover a list of healthy things you actually love to eat! Vegetables, fruits, meats, legumes, whole grains and lentils etc. are all weight-loss friendly. Grab a piece of paper and make a list.  I'm putting an emphasis on healthy because I know that the average person doesn't go out of their way to know if what they're eating is good for them or not.

For a slap of common sense: don't eat an excess amount of processed food that is high in sugar and refined carbohydrates like: white bread, white rice, pastries, sodas, snacks, concentrated fruit juice, pasta, sweets etc. You know exactly what I'm talking about:

What do you mean pizza isn't a vegetable??

I'm not here to say that junk food is the devil and you should never touch it again (because who doesn't like junk food in moderation) but if it's taking up a large portion of what you eat in a weekly basis, or you're snacking on it everyday between meals, it's time to cut it out. This is just something that's unavoidable. - -Still confused about whole foods? [Guide to get you started.]

To start the transition, don't buy food that falls in this category on your next grocery trip. If it's not in your house, there will be less temptation for you to consume things of this nature. The biggest "its not rocket science" fact no one likes hearing: No amount of working out will do anything if you keep putting an exorbitant amount of unhealthy food into your body. (Weight Loss is on average 80% Diet & 20% Exercise!) Make it easier on yourself by weaning yourself off all the extra sugar and carbs. Once you've established healthy eating habits it'll go MILES once you start exercising.

It's time for us to spend some time apart.

Cutting down on eating out is also a big one. This includes buying drinks, which also means alcohol. Alcohol is the definition of empty calories: it doesn't do anything for you and is a gateway for putting on those extra pounds in your gut. Even if you think you're ordering something that looks healthy, you have absolutely no idea what is put into their food and beverages. Restaurants are businesses whose goal is to make their food taste as delicious as possible, so the amount of things like sugar, butter, oil, msg and preservatives are unknown to you. It's just easier to cook your own meals when you know exactly what you're putting in.

Which leads me to the next point: It's important that you learn how to cook! Throw out the strawman argument that it's too expensive or time consuming to eat healthy. If you're an able-bodied person who works, it really isn't. I'm saying this from a family background where a single parent raised three kids on their own, while feeding them home cooked meals on a tiny budget. And even as a broke student living with roomies, I still managed to cook myself meals everyday. I actually lost weight pretty fast cause I was eating so clean and basic. You need tenacity and the willingness to budget your grocery shopping properly, and to cook your own food. Many people lack the urgency to do so.

There are so many resources online and off that can help you have a more wholesome diet, so start looking and do your research. On a local level, go to bulk barns because you end up paying less for more, study weekly grocery flyers/websites for the cheapest prices that week, use match-the-price systems, coupons, even look up fresh food banks if you're lacking in funds.

It's easy to say "I don't know how to cook/I'm a bad cook" but all you need to learn is how to make one healthy dish for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and build from there. Take the time to sit down one night and look up different recipes online with the healthy ingredients you compiled previously. I personally love to follow various fitness youtubers and bloggers to constantly give me inspiration! For example, my favourite food Instagram is Minimilist Baker who shares recipes requiring "10 ingredients or less & 30 minutes or less to prepare." They're all plant based, but you can easily change or add things depending on if you like to eat meat. For the record, I'm not either vegan or vegetarian, but a lot of my favourite dishes are! It's also a lot cheaper if you want to save more.

Here are some of my favorite meals on a typical day that you can try out if you're interested, and get the ball rolling for brainstorming ideas for yourself:

Breakfast: Plain rolled oats topped with mixed berries, greek yogurt and coconut flakes.

Lunch: Quinoa Salad with diced tomato, cucumber, bell pepper, red onion, mixed beans, fresh cilantro leaves, cumin & marjoram, dried cranberries, sliced almonds OR pumpkin seeds, topped with poppy-seed dressing. (Vegan Friendly if it's a dairy-free dressing variety!)

Dinner: Sauteed beef with zucchini, carrots, celery, diced scallions & garlic, and marinade of your choosing, topped with sesame seeds. You can also add some tofu or rice to make it heartier!

Snack: Fruit Smoothie with a banana, a handful of frozen fruit, avocado and almond milk. Optional: add your favourite protein powder to make it into a meal.

On-the-Go Snack: an apple or a baggie of salt-free, roasted mixed nuts.

Lastly, once you got your favourite healthy meals down, you can stay on track by meal planning. This is a great way for someone with a busy schedule to be prepared with what they're going to eat ahead of time. What this means is you're either going to make a to-cook list for a meal everyday that week, or going to meal prep by making a large enough quantity for the next few days by packing it away in go-to individual containers. It's the same concept your parents might have had by cooking a large crock pot of food that would last the family more than one day because you had leftovers.

To keep things interesting try mixing up different meals every week if you're someone who gets bored eating the same things. This not only saves you time, but it regulates your proportion sizes and overall makes it less stressful to think about what to eat. (Everyone's proportion sizes are different depending on their needs, which is what I will be covering next!)

Having your healthy food ready to take with you to work will also get rid of that temptation to stop by that fast-food place. Start on your next meal, and don't look back. [Guide to get you started.]

3. Understanding Your Body: Type & Shape

You want to change your body, but you're going in blind and have no idea where to start. Perhaps you have tried working out before, but you weren't getting the results you wanted so you gave-up. It's easy to make mistakes and getting lost within an era saturated with so much information.

Learning what your body typing and shape will be the first steps to point you in the right direction.

There are three basic human body types: the endomorph, the mesomorph, and the ectomorph. To oversimplify these categories: thin/difficulty in weight or muscle gain, average/normal metabolism, heavier build/tendency to put on weight and keeping it. [Click for more info.]

Genetics play the biggest role in body type, but you don't have to be stuck in your category.

Besides body types, there are also different body shapes you fall under as an individual. Some insight on my stats is that I'm a petite mesomorph type at 5'2 with a pear/triangle body shape: small rib-cage, with my waist being in smaller proportion to my hips. I have barely any upper body-fat as it's mostly stored in my butt & thighs. The way body fat is distributed on my body can look completely differently on someone else. Body types and shapes are a combination of both skeletal body structure and natural fat distribution. 

The same goes for men: Some guys have naturally wider shoulders, and smaller hips, like an inverted triangle (I call this a dorito.) Others have overall naturally thinner or heftier frames! Ask yourself other questions like what areas of your body do you store fat the most. When it comes to losing weight and toning your body, this information will help you scaffold steps that work for your unique body type and shape combination.

The reason why this is so important to understand is because the knowledge of what your body type and shape is will give you the ground-work for transforming your body through tailored exercises and diet plans. The way we store fat and build muscle on our body all varies.

Body-type specific workouts for both men and woman will help you work with, not against, your body for faster results and to add strength and shape to your frame. How do you find out what to do? Doing research in what would work best for YOU is crucial. Get naked, study yourself in the mirror, and lead yourself to the fountain of knowledge you actually want.

Lastly, you also want to get your Body Mass Index (BMI) and you can calculate yours here. The "normal range" is around 20 for your weight x height. Knowing this gives you an estimate on how much excess weight you really have (or if you're underweight) and what is considered healthy. This is only an estimate, since again everyone is a different body type to begin with.

Now you've got a foundation on which you can start to build workouts/diets that address these needs. This really only applies to the average person who may have excess body fat or is underweight. Once you're starting to build muscle, it's important to remember weight doesn't mean jack squat because muscles weigh more than fat. That's right folks.

"I have never had more muscle and less body fat than I do now.
I have never been healthier than I am now." - Fitness Blogger Kelsey Wells

Notice that there is only a 5lb difference between her starting and end weight, but the composition of her body has changed drastically? This is something you need to be aware of, especially if you're someone who likes to weigh themselves on a scale. You may have been there, weighing yourself after weeks of healthy eating and exercise only to be disappointed when the number hasn't shifted much. Forget what you've been told about weight and being dependent on the number you see on the scale. This is especially geared to any woman who are afraid of building muscle or believe they're gonna get too bulky. This is a myth!

4. Staying on Track:

Now that we've addressed all the knowledge you can use to start your journey, there's one last bit of important advice that I can give you to stay on track: take baby steps.

If you expect to change your whole lifestyle overnight, I've got some bad news for you.... it's not gonna happen. You will make mistakes. Take small steps to make changes in your lifestyle. What are all of the small things you do on a daily basis? Can you walk or bike to places instead of commuting? Are you able to walk up the stairs instead of taking the escalator? Do you sit all day at your job? Are you a smoker, or drink a lot of alcohol or caffeine? Do you stretch at all or have considered doing yoga when you have some downtime? Do you play any sports? What kind of hobbies do you have? All of these little decisions you make throughout every day add up in the long run. Think about your current lifestyle and break it down.

Once you have healthier eating habits down and you start to implement your personalized exercises, it'll go a lot easier than doing everything at once. And for the love of god, don't start by trying to exercise every single day. If your body is out of condition, it needs time to build up strength. I would recommend by exercising only 2-3 times a week MAX when you're starting out, at 30 minutes each. And when it comes to exercising, don't expect that you can do the same amount of reps as the jacked person whose demonstrating in a youtube video. Try by doing half the amount of sets. If they do 30, you do 15. If they do 2 reps, just do 1 instead of going twice. You're gonna burn yourself out if you don't take the time to do a little bit more each time. I did the same thing myself. Trust me!

At the top of my fitness game, I was working out 5 days a week which is honestly unnecessary. I personally felt like it made me lose a bit too much weight. Nowadays, I exercise every other day, approx. 3 days a week. I do all of my workouts at home. On my rest days I do yoga to stretch out and build my flexibility. I alternate my exercises as well. This is what works for me. Building your own foundation requires you to do your own research. I can only tell you what you can do to get started.

"Don't let your dreams be dreams!"

As I just said previously, try not to track your progress with the number on the scale, especially if you're just looking to tone your body. If you're greatly overweight, this may be a motivational booster because losing those extra pounds will be quicker and easier, but just like for everyone, those last few pounds will be the most stubborn. Measure your progress by things that matter like your strength building, ability, endurance, overall health and how you FEEL. How many reps were you able to do today, are you closer to your goal? Did you manage to run a few more minutes than the last time? Remember to always go back to your "Why" ! What was it you were doing this for?

You will start to see progress after a few weeks, understand it won't happen in a few days. After a few months you'll surprise yourself with all the new-found energy you gained and how much it was worth pushing through every day. When you receive encouragements and compliments from other people you'll wonder why it took you so long to get started! Positive feelings will keep leading you to work harder and then leading to more progress. It's okay to fall down, just get right back up!!

I believe in you!

Spring Babydoll OOTD

 With spring coming to a close and the first day of summer officially begun, I'm excited to show you one of my favourite outfits from the spring! This OOTD was great for early to mid spring and even later in the season; when we were experiencing milder weather that gave me more opportunities to throw on longer sleeves. It's been rain storming quiet a bit but with summer upon on us, I'm expecting warmer weather henceforth! I'm excited with having finished my classes with summer break upon us.

 Jacket: Banana Republic
Tasseled Scarf: Second-hand
Yellow Knit Sweater: Second-hand
Belt/Boots: old/unknown
Shoulder Bag: Roots
Stockings: Ebay
Floral Skirt: Katie

First off can I say just how much I love this backpack! It's got an interchangeable looped strap so you can easily wear it as a backpack or have it over your shoulder as a handbag. I love the quality of Roots bags as you know you're investing into the years they'll give back to you in use. It's always great to support a Canadian brand as well; all their bags are made here with care, durability in mind.

The yellow sweater and scarf that I'm sporting was gifted to me by my best friend Michelle (who runs her own blog, "The Monday Crunch" check it out); I love to be able to up-cycle my own and my friends clothes simply by giving the clothes a new home! A lot of clothes that end up donated don't end up getting thrifted, so it's good to know someone who'll still get some use out of it! I was also thinking of putting together a video showing you items I've recently thrifted in the past couple months in order to encourage people to help combat unsustainable fast fashion.

...It's funny worth mentioning she had originally used this sweater for an Arthur costume.
And I say hey! What a wonderful kind of day!

I really love the look of being able to wear a cinched high waisted skirt with a long sleeve. As people may also already know, I'm also a huge fan of faux thigh highs since they're so convenient. I ordered several white pairs that'll hopefully last me through the rest of the year! They can go with so many different outfits.

Necklace/Ring: Forever21

Hope you guys enjoyed the look! Putting together OOTD's is definitely a lot of fun because it's a great way to show how you style certain items, and looking at other people's takes on similar things is always a lot of fun and gives you something to take away. I hope this post did that for you! I also filmed a new video the other day so be expecting a new upload very soon! Love you all very much and I'll see you in my next post <3 Follow me on twitter/facebook while you wait!

 (Enjoy these pictures of a cheeky falcon who came and busted our photoshoot! Warning contains dead squirrel. Gotta love the Canadian wildlife.)

And we're off!

Late Autumn OOTD

The air is getting even more brisk, the leaves a canopy of gold and reds... Autumn has been in full swing the last couple of weeks so I'm here with another OOTD that's been my favourite so far this season! Following what I look for the most in an outfit, this look is relaxed and comfortable; I've colour co-ordinated earthy tones for a very autumnal look.

 Knit Cardigan: Thrifted
Gold Leaf Necklace: Thrifted
Dress: Boutique (Unfortunately unlabeled)
Socks/Tights: Forever21
Boots: The Bay

As you notice the key pieces of the look have been found second-hand. I've really enjoyed thrifting with close friends of mine so I urge you guys to try and hunt some of your own treasures as well. You're guaranteed to find a few things that are one of a kind (for the most part.) I find I have to dig a lot until something strikes me; it's like finding a needle in a haystack.

We haven't gotten any snow here yet in Toronto, and it's only just started getting cold.. I was curious so I looked up when the first day of winter is supposed to be and I was surprised that it's not until the 22nd of December?! I'm ready to hibernate. (Until then maybe I'll make another winter themed post...)

I've had a few people message me that they'd like to see more of these kinds of posts, so if you have anything in particular you'd like to see more from me, I'm always taking suggestions. Personally, I enjoy putting together these kinds of updates.

I'd also like to apologize for the inactivity, being a full-time university student has left me stuck doing more homework than blogging. Luckily exam week and then critiques will be over soon, so I'm looking forward to filming a new video~

Check out my latest youtube tutorial for a Fall/Autumnal makeup look and hairstyle:

Hope you enjoyed the photos and see you in my next post!

Paradise Vacation at Cancun, Mexico

Phew, putting together this post was a doozie!! As I mentioned in my previous entry, I had gone away on vacation to Cancun, Mexico for a week; it was one of the best experiences that I've had in my life, and I ended up with a lot of photos and video footage to share with you guys! But then I started school & been into playing league recently, so I ended up puttin this post on the back burner (oops!) Check out my vacation vlog below!

Now, I wanna start off by talking a little bit about the resort we stayed at, Oasis Tulum. In the video description I've linked their website! We booked our flight with Sunwing, and got a package deal (all-included) so you're covering the cost of the flight, resort and everything within it.

When we arrived at the Mexican airport, there was a shuttle bus waiting for us and the other arrivals from Toronto. Everyone had a different resort destination, and luckily ours was the first stop! I'd say it was around a 30-40minute bus ride which wasn't too bad. The driver said the very last stop would have taken two hours, so I think our spot was really convenient. Here's some shots around the resort!

At nightime, the entire place lit up with shining colourful lights. 

I forgot to take pictures of what our room looked like besides this one, but it was pretty airy and cabana themed. The AC was always on high so the room was super cool. (Don't mind the mess.)

Here's a shot of our own lobby area, and view from our window! 

The resort itself was absolutely beautiful, and I ending up telling so many of my friends about it when I got home, cause a lot of people I know have been to places like Cuba already, so I think Mexico is a great first/second time vacation spot to experience.

The facilities were pristine, and the employees that worked there were gracious and very welcoming. I love how friendly everyone was and it really settled my nerves because I was anxious about not being able to communicate. If you're unsure about going to Mexico, Oasis Tulum is the resort I personally recommend to you. Around the resort there were also a ton of different pools that you could choose to swim in, so for the day we just relaxed around the pools. My green two-piece pictured below is from Forever21, and the floral one is from H&M! (pictured later.) The white throw-on is from Bikini Bay.

The pool areas also had really beautiful cabana beds that had plenty of space for yourself/your belongings. You could leave your things unattended, and no one would touch it. (Even my camera!)

 The next day, we visited was Tulum! (Enjoy the scenic shots!!)

It was SUCH a hot day, that we were practically roasting in the sun. Coupled with the humidity: death. Luckily there's a lot of shade with the jungle surrounding the ruins, so we got some relief heading back. For my outfit this day I took the opportunity to rock my shark tooth necklace from Las Vegas LOL.

Just in general we saw a lot of iguanas in Mexico... like, a lot. Iguanas to Mexico are like our squirrels to Canada; They're absolutely everywhere. (We also saw some other cool wild life along the way!)

Nice Mr. Iguana <3

We also saw some of these guys!! They're called Coati and remind me of lemurs!

Outside the area of the ruins there were a lot of street vendors selling colourful souvenirs.

Our whole day was spent at the ruins and then the next day, we basically just chilled at the resort and explored more of the beach, since we already visited most of the pools. I absolutely loved it!!

 It was like every place was a scenic backdrop just asking to have photos taken in. This was one of my particularly favourite spots! It was a small pier leading out to secluded hammocks.

Also when I sat in that hammock, the first time I nearly flipped backwards LOL

The sunhat you see me sporting in most if not all the photos is from Forever21 and it was an absolutely life saver in preventing heat strokes and sunburns. A+ recommend.

*I was a pro at diving for starfish under rocks & had a fun time entertaining the kids on the beach*

The next day afterwards, we headed to Chichen Itza, which are the larger Mayan temples and what most people will recognize since it's one of the seven wonders of the world!


After we were starting to leave, rain clouds began to gather and right as we got back on our tour bus it started raining. We lucked out cause while we were leaving, others were arriving.

We hopped back on the bus and a bit later on our tour we visited a beautiful sinkhole you could swim in! It's too bad I didn't have a bathing suit with me cause  I'd have dived right in!

Afterwards we headed to the nearby local city (apparently it's one of the oldest in Mexico, but I can't recall the name...) for some lunch. They took us to an awesome AYCE place.


In the town square, there were these cool performers dressed in traditional Mayan clothing. 

All in all, it was a really great tour. On a seperate day, I went snorkeling with sea turtles!! The bay that had them was full of sea grass, which they graze on daily. They were super friendly and when they swam to the surface to breathe, you could literally be 5 inches away from it's face.

While on the snorkeling guide I met this girl who happened to have an underwater GoPro camera!! The underwater shots are thanks to her camera, and we also took a lot of video footage. (She's emailing me the rest of the photographs and film clips later on so I'll add them here when she does!)

Back at our own resort, I mentioned in my video vlog that I found lots of cool things under the water. Here's the huge conch shell I found while I was out exploring! It was surprisingly occupied!!

Also some fisherman brought in these huuuge fish, so I asked if I could take photos!!

Besides lounging on the beach, my favourite part of the resort was deeeeefinitely their open restaurants and bars. There were several all-you-can-eat places with different themes, and I the atmosphere was very relaxed cause you can either serve yourself, or the service was extremely fast. There were also these tropical black birds all around the place just waiting to steal your left overs!! This rascal sporting a pirate peg leg kept nibbling our leftovers.


The food was super fresh, had a variety of both ethnic and back-at-home stables, and there was something different being served every day, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We never once left unsatisfied or bored. The places also had open concepts, so you could either choose to sit inside or outside. There was also half a dozen stray cats around the resort!
 Most were friendly and after I would sneak out smoked salmon for a couple of them, they warmed right up to me and came running when they saw me ahahah. I wish I wasn't allergic cause I would have taken em home with me! 

Back on the water, another person told us that if you throw some food into the water, fish would come.... AND THEY DIDDD!! The best was when you could put on your goggles, and feed the undwerwater. The swam all around me completely unafraid and very hungry. 

 You'll also see a lot of my sunglasses in this post... why?! Cause it was sunny, duh. (Totally not cause I didn't bother putting on any makeup and jumped into the water pretty much right after pics were taken...)

There was also one pool that went directly right onto the beach, isn't that cool?

How did I do for my first vacation vlog?  If I ever get the chance again, I'd definitely share more traveling experiences with you guys. It's something different from what I usually do~!

Hope you guys enjoyed the photos, I'll see you guys in my next post!