by DanikaRio on February 20, 2015
Sometimes I can be such a worrywart. When things don’t go as expected, when things suddenly change, when I lose control over plans, when I become unsure of things, when I get threatened, when I am afraid– I worry. And lately, God’s been dealing with this particular attitude of mine.
The other day I was reminded of this line that I read from a book once: “God wants us to realize that fear comes from an immature understanding of our relationship with Him and of His love for us.” I realized that the reason why I’ve been worrying is also because I am afraid. And this is only because sometimes I forget who I am in Christ.
What I’ve been doing is remind myself that my problems are nothing compared to the greatness and goodness of God. And since He has called me His daughter, I have absolutely nothing to be afraid of. It’s just a matter of having the right perspective.
This week, let’s change how we see things. Instead of praying, “Dear God, I have a big problem.”, try saying, “Hey problem, I have a big God!” Let’s “be strong and courageous… for the LORD our God will be with us wherever we go.”
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Have a great weekend ahead!
by DanikaRio on February 18, 2015
Kimonos and beaches just go so well together. I especially love it when the wind blows on it giving it that extra dramatic effect. It’s the perfect outdoor cover up if you ask me.
crop top: ZARA / green denim shorts (sold out), printed kimono: NAVA BOUTIQUE / beaded crossbody bag: MANGO via Pormada.com / leather sandals: EVER NEW / location: Balesin Island
by DanikaRio on February 12, 2015
This was what I wore to our Balinese lunch during Day 2 of Nivea Come Close in Balesin. Business in front, party on the back!
I found this top hidden among one of the crowded racks of Zara sometime during their fall collection release. When I saw it I knew that it would be something I’d love to wear on a resort trip. I thought that the high-neck and polished front was just the perfect setup for that sexy surprise at the back. Very dramatic. So obviously, I got it– mainly to spare me from the regret I was afraid I would feel when the perfect resort trip came up and I didn’t have this.
But you see, this could also work for typical non-beach days. Just change the inner top to something more modest like a basic long bandeau, pair it with black pants or denim jeans and it becomes appropriate for going around the city. :)
backless top: ZARA / inner top: coming soon at NAVA BOUTIQUE / location: Bali Village, Balesin Island