♪ The World is Yours - Ty Taylor (music from the show Vinyl ) ♪
You never know what the future holds. Last year has been strong proof of this statement for me. I truly wanted to blog, at least during the holidays, but deep down I knew I wouldn't be able to do so because of the syllabus in my university for the 2nd year. Each Med School chooses the subjects you're supposed to study differently. The structure is different in Romania, but it's sort of like I just finished the pre-med phase, and I'll start with the hospital in the 3rd year. Therefore, I had 11 exams this semester and roughly 4 weeks to take them and it's been my biggest challenge yet, because everything is so important! From Microbiology to Immunology, I consider all these subjects essential for a future doctor, so I had to make many sacrifices this semester (no blog, no movies, no Vogues, no Rainbow Rowell books - I did make time for my ultimate guilty pleasure though, Game of Thrones) but I truly believe it was the right decision.
Now I'm finally enjoying my summer holiday, I've seen so many movies, TV shows and read two books and I figured it was about time to blog. S. actually took these photos on our Easter holiday, when I found this amazing jumpsuit at Zara. I'm mad about jumpsuits thanks to Devon Finestra from the HBO show Vinyl. I was obsessed with this show, produced by Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger and I'm still shocked it just got cancelled yesterday. What you may notice is the fact that I've quit my ultimate love- my long hair for a long bob. I knew I couldn't have my long hair forever because it always falls when I'm stressed and Med school is the definition of stress, but from a necessity
this haircut turned into a big love of mine. It's so easy to wash it and I can always opt for curls when I feel like doing something different. I also wear bold lipstick now, which is a big change for someone who bearly wore lip gloss last year, but everything changed when I walked into a Mac. A lot of things are different about me now actually, but I'm going to tell you more about it in my future posts.