January Favourites: This Outfit and Stepping Out of My Comfort Zone

January has been an emotion filled month. From stressed to sad, from sad to happy, from happy to anxious. Every student knows how hard January is – papers to write, exams to take, group works to get done – but it’s over soon! So, stay motivated and just think about the bliss after January – relaxing, sleeping, feeling careless.
But uni stress was not the only thing happening in January. Something that I kept quiet for a long time, because I don’t want to spoil anything by telling it before it’s actually happening for sure (or in other words: I’m still a worrier, ha), is that I moved to Munich for an internship. I’m beyond excited and thankful for this chance and I can’t wait to finally start working in the media and journalism segment. Also, it’s a somewhat big step for me because I grew up in a small town and now, all of a sudden, I’m in this big city – without my family or friends (I still got my boyfriend with me, so that’s a plus).
However, I believe taking such steps, adventuring on your own and experiencing new things, that you wouldn’t when staying in your comfort zone, is essential in growing up and becoming an adult.

So, wish me luck while I’m conquering adult life – I’ll let you know how things go and also,  I’m going to show you Munich while I’m at it.


What I Wore:
‘Bloggin” Pullover – Bershka
Flowy Top – Zara
Jeans – Zara

Have you recently moved somewhere new too? Or do you want to?
Let’s talk about it in the comments!



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