Thank you Keefe for 'styling' LOL
Top- Mongkok// Jeans- Abercrombie & Fitch// Coat- Zara// Shoes- Nike
Thank you Valerie for taking my photos!
I had the wonderful opportunity to work with a few student photographers and film their 30 Frames Challenge or what I like to call, The Muesli Games (cc: Other Fabrications).
(Watch the video here)
We went to two different locations, one of which was slightly creepy but I won't go into that.
A few things that I've learnt from the new year so far:
1. Good outcome comes from good effort.
You get out what you put in. Which could also be related to, what goes around comes around. My mock exams just ended, so this is an important one. This could go two ways. Either I put in a lot of effort, or little to none. It is indubitably, the latter. And indubitably, the outcome (so I assume) is tragic. Remember kids, put in what you want to get out from it.
2. Fitness is pain.
I've been trying to exercise more and eat better. I've also come to a point where I am always excited to exercise. This is really a new high point for me and it excites me that I'm excited about it! The key is to take baby steps. Don't force it. Don't push your body TOO far. At the end of the day, remember your goals, and remember that we all started from the bottom (and now we're here) (although my 'here' is not very far).
3. People are not the same as you.
This might sound like a given, but it's hard to remember that sometimes. I forget that people don't think the same way as I do or react to things the way I do. I see people do/say things, and I think, "I would've done _____." "Why is she/he doing ____?" I have all these expectations and preconcepted (this is apparently not a word but please bear with me) ideas of how you should react to situations like that, and when they don't go according to how I envisioned them, I judge and judge and judge. I'm working on remembering this mantra.