Nine Ways to Stay Motivated When Working From Home

Over the past six months, we’ve had to adapt to become productive in places where we normally do the opposite, converting parts of our homes into home offices. The lack of workplace structures makes it hard to stay motivated. I’ve certainly had periods where I’ve struggled with this. To combat this, I’ve managed to force myself to be accountable not only to my colleagues but most importantly, to myself. And given this will be the status quo for the foreseeable future, here are the things I’m doing to ensure I keep my work from home motivation going strong.

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One Item, Four Ways: Beige Trench Coat

There’s nothing quite as polished and practical as a beige trench coat. It’s the ultimate wardrobe staple that you can rely upon and it’s not hard to see why it holds it’s status as a ‘forever piece’ among the style set. While it’s a staple in any wardrobe, the shoulder seasons are the ideal times to incorporate a trench into your every day look because it’s the perfect lightweight layering piece for when you’re in the midst of transitioning your wardrobe between seasons.

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Celine Seau Sangle Bag Review

If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll have a hard time missing my Celine Seau Sangle Bag in my recent outfit posts. Since picking up the bag over a month ago, it has been on frequent rotation and has fast made its way to the top of my favourites list. I’ve had numerous requests to share my thoughts, so I thought I’d share a review of how I’ve been getting on with the bag so far.

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Reiss Shopping Hack – New Season Reiss at a Discount?!

The high street has afforded me many wardrobe favourites that I’ve lovingly worn to work and when off-duty. Reiss is one of those magical places full of high street gems with an aesthetic not dissimilar to luxury designer fashion. The quality of their pieces is up there with the highest, particularly in comparison to other high street brands. It does come at a price though, and given the higher price points, I’d place Reiss towards the premium end of the high street scale. Well, I’ve worked out a neat little shopping hack for fellow non-UK folk seeking to get a fix of new season Reiss at a lower price and without any nasty surprise duties. Sounds too good to be true right?!

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Style Diaries: September 2020

The fourth round up of a new series where I look back over the past month’s style posts and fashion tidbits and provide a snapshot of the best September had to offer! There were lots of things to be grateful for this month. I managed to check an exciting item off my wish list and nabbed a pre-loved Celine Sangle bag, which has fast made its way to the top of my favourites list.

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My First Arket Order: Try On & First Impressions

At long last Arket have expanded their international shipping to include us here in Australia. We tend to get left behind here by a lot of high street brands, so it’s a big deal to finally be included! It’s a brand I’ve wanted to try for the longest time after seeing a lot of European-based bloggers regularly sport their pieces. After browsing their online store for months, I finally placed my first order and I thought I’d share my first impressions on the quality of the four pieces I ordered.

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