Fix Her Crown Award

Today, the amazing Positive Side of the Coin blog, Miss Anjali, has nominated me for „Fix Her Crown” award. This is my first award in this category and I am thankful for the nomination. Kindly, check the blog of Positive Side of the Coin as it is full of knowledge and inspiration!

The rules of the award are simple:

  • Thank the person who nominated you and link to her blog.
  • Post three photos of just yourself and write a short caption beneath each about why you chose that photo.
  • Nominate seven women for the Fix Her Crown Award, women who lend a helping hand to the woman whose crown seems too heavy, who appreciate the sister who dares to be her own glorious self, who raise strong young women, who smile at the sister journeying alone and walk alongside her for a time, who stand with the sister whose crown has been knocked off her head time after time and women who shine as their own beautifully unique selves.
  • Link to the blogs of the seven nominees.

My three chosen photos

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I like this photo because it brings me back to the college and the beautiful times spent with my colleagues, the new amazing persons met and the experience behind it. I was 20 at that time.

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This photo brings me back to the years of college while working and studying. I always managed to find ways to work and spend time with lovely persons. I was 21 at that time.

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This photo was taken in my first real vacation, on Transfăgărășan, in Romania. The feeling was awesome and I enjoyed every single moment. I was 23 at that time. Now, at 24 I am still finding new ways to capture new pictures that I will definitely share with the big family in Kate’s World.

My seven chosen amazing women that also chose to blog as a part of their life are:

  1. CoffeeMamma
  2. Betul
  3. Sheree
  4. Rosa
  5. Angelilie
  6. Saania
  7. Sandra

Please take some time, visit their blogs and show your love. If you’ve been nominated, please spread the recognition and love by nominating the women you admire and if you are here and not on the list, you can still consider yourself nominated.

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Work at home week

Hello, dear readers! Lately, I did not get the chance of posting anything new on the blog as I had a full week, a lot of changes going on now with the Corona Virus outbreak.

We have been moved at home, being „recommended” to work remotely because of the virus situation. Plus, I got caught in home chores and duties and did not have enough amount of time to spend in Kate’s world blog, being too overwhelmed with everything. But I promise to get back! 🙂

How does it feel to work at home?

I got this question frequently from my friends and relatives lately. Moreover, some of them think that if I work from home I don’t do anything. Well, to be honest, it’s not like that. I tend to even work more and pay more attention to my job that I am working remotely and I am more focused on the client and his needs.

I have to recognize that it’s more comfortable to work from the home office, sitting on the comfy chair, being all rolled up in blankets with either a cup of hot brewed coffee or a hot cup of tea to start the day with.

I do miss my lovely colleagues and spending time with them, analyzing issues together and identifying solutions for work-related tasks. But we still have our Facebook groups and still, find a way to resolve problems while still keeping in touch.

And besides, I get to spend more time with my cat and abiding her from getting the sleep that she mostly requires 😂, for that reason I believe that she hates me. But I stopped her from sleeping all day and partying all night, scratching everything in the house and meowing like it’s the end of the world.

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Apart from that, I get to stay away from all the unhealthy foods and the mall and cook home meals, healthier and fat-free. I consume more lemon tea, eat more fruits and stay in shape by exercising.

Also now I stay away from cosmetics and try natural masks, having more healthy and clean skin. I don’t burn my hair anymore with flat or curling irons, instead, I leave my hair naturally free, braid it or keep it in a ponytail.

Besides, I have more free time for myself, I get to do more house chores and be more attentive to the family needs. No more waiting annoyed in the station as the bus is late, no more agglomeration in the malls, no more time lost in preparations to go to work, no more loud noise.

Conclusions

Overall, this experience with working at home and staying in quarantine because of the virus is not so bad for us and could be a lesson from which we can all learn a lot.

It’s very important to stay at home in quarantine to prevent the contamination that could occur, to stop spreading the virus and to fight against it. The authorities and the medical services are working over the clock to help the people affected by Covid19, this includes overtime hours and tiredness.

Let’s start paying attention to the rules that are raised in our help, being thankful that we are healthy and pray to God to help us pass this storm that rages against us. Stay at home, stay safe and stay protected! ⚔️

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