Mint Green On Black: Bright Sights

Hello my beloved readership,

are you already packing your imaginary or even real luggage for holidays making or realizing plan to charge new positive energy? Then do not forget to think mint green and add that color to your beloved black if you do not want to go without it as harbinger and first step onto bright sights of summer.

June… the in the Nordic area people are celebrating summer, all around Central Europe pupils are enjoying holidays and the working ones are starting to go on summer holiday. But no matter where you are finding yourself and into which group of people you may belong you can always see the bright side of life as well as the bright sights of life. Start perhaps matching your wardrobe correspondingly to the season. If from the outside in front of the mirror sights are bright your mind is going to adapt this brightness and project it onto anything else. What we see we believe in and what we believe in influences our way of thinking immensely to a much more positive mindset thus threatening dark times.

“Your view on things […] can make a lot on further happenings…”
– Fall4Me

Your view on things as well as on your surroundings and in general the way you see and want to see things can make a lot on further happenings that may affect your life in either the positive way if you stick to the bright sights but also the negative way if you shut yourself off from everything. In practice this may look like the following: if you see things for granted they might be taken away from you or your closest surroundings up to a horrible stroke of fate from which you may just recover after a long while with effort if you ever get out of it at all but once you start to cherish things you have and generally everything and see the good in everything you are going to be rewarded for that and even if you may not earn all the money in the world you would feel of yourself to be the richest man (or woman) in the world who has everything one could wish for while not even wealthy or successful people have it.

Mint Close to Jade Green: a Heal Inside out

Let us be honest, rain, storm and any other things connected to thick clouds and a grey sky is not actually inviting to go out. On the contrary! Like our all-time favorite series “How I Met Your Mother” taught us rain might even keep you from leaving the house and throw all your plans off board. The rays of sun however are a scientifically proven remedy: Vitamin D in its most natural form which is supporting your bones along with your immune system, and even if you should not leave the house in order not to infect anyone fresh air is actually good for people with symptoms. For example it can free your nose and respiratory tracts. Last but not least even if we “lose one hour” when changing from winter- to summertime according to medical scientist it is the healthier time because outside it is brighter for a longer time. The plants know it and so do the animals who are returning for spring and summer.
Talking about nature just as healthy or healing is mint green which close to jade green. The jade stone is coming from the Asian area and famous to be a healing stone for the body once it gets in touch with your body. So is the mint plant a popular healthy herb mainly used for the throat but as well stomach area as tea. Therefore our first choice for to herald summer is mint green.

A black pencil skirt, opaque tights and high heels combined with a mint green summer pullover.Jade green eye-shadow and pinkish-brown lipstick.A black pencil skirt, opaque tights and high heels combined with a mint green summer pullover.A black pencil skirt, opaque tights and high heels combined with a mint green summer pullover.A black pencil skirt, opaque tights and high heels combined with a mint green summer pullover.A black pencil skirt, opaque tights and high heels combined with a mint green summer pullover.A black pencil skirt, opaque tights and high heels combined with a mint green summer pullover.

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Love, Johanna

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