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  • The Doers Club

    The Doers Club

    I am known as Maria the style blogger, (or as many people call me “style me”) who is always attending posh events in the most casual outfits. “Don’t you feel awkward?”, they ask. “Kudos for staying true to your personal style!”, they ...
  • Off The Beaten Path In London

    Off The Beaten Path In London

    Upon returning from London a few months ago, I had shared a post summing up places to visit (click here to read) and I was asked why this city in particular left an imprint on my heart. No amount of storytelling will convey the charm of London and its eclecticism, however I ...
  • Influencers And Those Who Toot Their Horns

    Influencers And Those Who Toot Their Horns

    The term ‘influencer’ gets thrown around a lot, and although I’m not exactly sure how it came to exist, I know that a couple of years ago everyone wanted to be labeled an ‘influencer’ whereas today it is a shunned word. Why is it shunned? ...
  • Spellbound By London

    Spellbound By London

    London for me has always been a fairy tale city, from kings and queens to lords and ladies, for someone who pretty much lives in their head and daydreams of past centuries, I had it built up in my mind. That being said, I still never understood what the fuss was about in ...
  • Keep Your Opinion To Yourself

    Keep Your Opinion To Yourself

    You know what I’m sick of? It’s people who think they have the right to comment on someone else’s weight gain/loss, their food intake, their dietary choices, and anything along those lines. Newsflash: If it isn’t your body, then kindly refrain from ...
  • 11 Years Post Graduation, A Reflection

    11 Years Post Graduation, A Reflection

    I have been postponing sharing my thoughts on this topic for a year, and wanted to have it up and ready for my 10 year graduation anniversary for poetic reasons, but here I am a year later and I only just managed to organize my thoughts because I made a life altering ...

The Doers Club