BLACK ON BLACK


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Usually simplicity is the best way to go. Sometimes I don’t feel like wearing things that don’t make me feel my best and black is always a goal to feel good.

Black is the color of mystery and danger, yet, it may feel cozy. It can be layered endlessly.

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This was my look for yesterday. I don’t think I’ve ever worn this much black as I’ve had lately, haha!

Anyway, soon I will be celebrating my birthday with my closest friends who have been as family to me in Sweden.

Talk again soon, hugs ❤

FOLLOWING MY SUNSHINE


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Renewal Camo Army Jacket, Adidas Sweatshirt – Urban Outfitters

Dressing for cold, oh tell me about it. I think that dressing for the dark days should not be depressing.

At this time of year especially in Sweden, great layering is the key. Finding a good coat is a big investment.

When it comes to winter outfits and as many have been asking me, yes I like mixing up sassy faux fur or army jackets with midi skirt or a jeans.

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Lunch at Koloni Biblioteksgatan

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But soon I’m back home, I’m flying to  Egypt! With a full memory card in my camera and a great love for sunny days. Oh Ma Gosh my skin miss vitamin D and I need some tan too.

Stay tuned for more here! I’m soon gonna pack my suitcase for the no rest days, haha. I so looking forward for them! Talk soon, 

I LAUGHED IN FACE OF CANCER 🎗


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What it feels like when you told that you have a cancer?!

When I was told I had a cancer, I didn’t yell, I actually laughed.

I don’t believe in fate or miracles. I believe that only my will can shape the future.

I always laughed when I panic!! Hahaha!!

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The days that follow are full of shock, denial, fear, anger, and even sorrow.

I realised also that the ones who think they know me, they really don’t know anything at all.

My therapist lately told me that I’m a strong woman for being able to fight for myself over and over again.

But I have to say that I took long time working on my emotional state before I was able to actually share anything about my cancer to people.

Sharing my cancer story still not an easy task, I don’t know where to start, and when I do, people react to this kind of news in different ways.

Some reacted negatively for not knowing from the start. Others were reminded with their own fears about cancer and started to ask me questions as if I was an expert.

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I believe that we are free to share what we want and I still refuse to share certain information which I consider very private.

In the end Knowing about other people’s personal experience of cancer can be a source of support and inspiration when you or someone you love is going through cancer treatment.

BE KIND TO THOSE WHO FOUGHT TO LIVE!!

There is beauty in a woman whose confidence comes from experience. She is not afraid to take risks knowing if she should fall she can pick herself back up and move forward. I have started to do this and I believe that you can do too!!

XOXO /J