• Home & Marriage

    Tips to Surviving a Long-Distance Relationship!

    So those of you who don’t know me personally, probably have no clue that a) I’m married, and b) my husband and I met years ago in my homeland of Bosnia & Herzegovina, and c) we spent a huge portion of our relationship long-distance. Long story short, Ned happens to be from my dads hometown, a small town in the Herzegovina side of Bosnia. We originally met in 2010, which also happened to be my first time going back home since we moved to Canada in ’95. We briefly dated in the summer of 2011, and didn’t speak again until late 2013! Two years later we were married (it’s our…

  • Skincare

    JASON Dry Spray Deodorant – Review

    I love when I receive surprise PR, especially when it’s something like deodorant because I seem to frequently forget that things like deodorant are part of beauty too and hey Una…maybe someone wants to read deodorant reviews? Typically, I use stick deodorant. I find that it holds its scent longer and definitely helps with perspiration way better than a dry spray does. At times I DO buy a dry spray, it’s usually Dove. Why? Mainly because I know nothing about other deodorant brands and Dove feels the safest, but also because I enjoy how it smells. With my lack of deodorant knowledge, I most certainly don’t look into the ingredients…

  • Makeup

    The Ordinary – High Coverage Foundation Review

    Guys. I AM SHOOK TO THE DAMN CORE. I ordered a few Deciem (the Ordinary) products a couple of weeks ago and I think I’m still speechless over how affordable they are. I got a foundation for 6.90.                                               $6.90!!!! Now obviously I was like okay, it’s super affordable yes. But will it work? The answer to that question is………………………….. HELL YEAH! I’m obsessed with this foundation! I was unsure of which shade to get because they had to many options and variations, but I ended up going with…

  • Lifestyle

    The Blogging Industry – A Rant

    Oh boy. This is a topic that I’ve been putting off writing about for months now,  a) because I think a lot of people already have, and b) it’s just pointless because nothing will change. At least not for a while. When I first started blogging, I did it because I wanted a creative outlet. Blogging gave me so many versatile ways to be creative all in one platform: I could write, I could take photos, I could edit photos which I love doing, I can design a website (which I also love doing) and being in such a huge phase with makeup, I felt the most comfortable writing about…

  • Lifestyle

    Adventuring Around Seattle

    I honestly haven’t been to the USA in MILLENIUMS. I remember going quite frequently as a kid, and going into my late teens…back when things were way cheaper for us Canadians down south. I guess in the last few years I’d been preoccupied with things like traveling to the motherland, and getting married and all that jazz, so I’d been neglecting my fellow neighbors. BUT that all changed last Saturday when my mom and sister insisted I tag along. Firstly, I love long-distance driving (I also don’t have a license so the not driving part is probably why I like it so much), but I really just enjoy putting on some…

  • Lifestyle

    Hello friends!

    Hello everyone & welcome to my first official post on my new blog! For those of you who weren’t familiar with my old blog (The Unaverse), I started blogging a couple of years ago and had a mostly beauty-related blog that I went through many love-hate phases with. In the past 6 months, I had really started slacking with my blogging, and I felt like I was kind of “over” it all; the perfect aesthetics, themes, all the color coordination and insanely perfect everything and everyone that is the showcase of every bloggers portfolio nowadays (and even the bloggers themselves). Blogging is fun, but the blogger industry itself comes with…