Sunset in Split city + outfit of the day (jeans and biker boots)
Today I'll be sharing another quick post and this will be my last outfit post for this month. Tomorrow I'll do a little January recap and that'll be that for this month. The outfit I'm sharing today is a casual one. A pair of jeans and biker boots- it doesn't get more casual than that. Besides this casual winter outfit today I'll also be sharing a few photographs of my lovely home town. Just a few though. This outfit I wore for one of those rare walks by the sea last year. I had spend the last Autumn in Split, but most of the time I was either in and out of hospitals or in bed so I didn't get to enjoy my home town that much. Because of my health condition of the time, walks were a rarity. There were a few of them, however, and they made me see how precious beauty can be. Needless to say, they reinforced my love for the sea. I do love the sea. I will never forget how happy I was to be able to go for a stroll by the sea that time. It's the little things, right? If you have a chance to go for a stroll by the sea or by a river/lake, don't miss it. It is amazing how much a simple walk can help to make us feel better, both psychically and emotionally.
This reddish tartan jacket is one of my favourite ones. I bought it four years ago, I think, mostly because it was the same brand as one green tartan jacket I had bought a year earlier. Because I ended up liking that green jacket so much, I decided to get this one as well, even though they're really similar, almost the same. Do you know what? I didn't regret my decision. I wear both of them frequently. Both of these jackets are very warm and they just seem perfect for Autumn and Winter. This time I paired it with a blue velvet poloneck so I was almost too warm.
Do any of you have any tips for high blood pressure? I have never had issues with it, but my husband's been having issues with high blood pressure lately. I'm not sure what to do. I'm pretty sure I don't use that much salt when I'm cooking. I've been googling this whole blood pressure thing and it seems that physical activity and power walks can help. So, we'll try those. We already do walk but maybe we should try walking more? I'm a big fan of winter walks. Are you? I think I already repeated that a couple of times this month. I hope I'm not beginning to sound like a broken record, but I do love my walks.