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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF SUNDAYSWITHSTELLA
60.0% of sundayswithstella's followers are female and 40.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 6.00%. The average number of likes per post is 4267 and the average number of comments is 63.
Sundayswithstella loves posting about Travel, Photography.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR SUNDAYSWITHSTELLA
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF SUNDAYSWITHSTELLA
- Beauty & Fashion 95.22 %
- Travel & Tourism 57.10 %
- Art & Design 56.57 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 43.74 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 43.31 %
- Business & Careers 41.29 %
- Fitness & Yoga 40.42 %
- Entertainment 40.37 %
- Photography 36.07 %
- Children & Family 35.34 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 34.42 %
- Books and Literature 34.20 %
- Movies and TV 33.44 %
There come times when we only start to see the negatives. It’s odd that it becomes easier to draw a red mark on the problems, the wrongdoings, the mistakes.. and happiness becomes increasingly harder to source. Imagine.. that we stand on this stage called life in these moments, carrying our weight in distress. We stand in the presence of those we love most gathered to see and recognize us; yet in our eyes, the empty seats are so easily discernable. It’s unfortunate, and it happens quite often. But we look on to brighter hours and hold onto the magic of what we have that are genuine people and the relationships they help nurture. They sit with us through a tough silence that becomes companionable, and they make it all worth while and almost laughable in hindsight. To the friends that hold my hand even from afar, I recognize your compassion, your humanity, and I honor your being. I love you and miss you more than ever. @yohannakim @jiahxgbk @tbyuen28 @yoonmina__ @cherrythighhighs @jo_ep_ @andrewjeong @simonkang89 @meehattan @graceseo @jycprk @xjiiyoungx @cindyyoungkim @parkmadeline @leslieshlee @kar420 @rafaelshin @sallyandpia @ehahm @elliapark @crystalkrap @katkims @andyheart @alexanderlai 💛 @coshjourtney @ericslee
Within 3 months of working my first corporate job in the beauty industry, a senior executive at this dream company of mine took me to breakfast. I still remember how nervous I was; I only ordered a juice while she enjoyed a meal and spoke about her work experiences. She then asked me a simple question that left me even uneasier – something along the lines of this: Do you think you’re in the right place, doing the right thing? A few years later, we had one last touchbase before I left the company for another corporate role. I waited a long time before asking her what she’d meant by her odd question, and she answered in a way that tore down a lot of barriers and self-doubt I had built upon myself – she said: There’s something different about you that I think you should explore. You shouldn’t settle here. And already, this conversation too had happened years ago; but it’s only now that I’m finally able to act upon it. Earlier this month, I resigned from my last corporate role and accepted a new one that requires me to step outside of familiarity, my comfort space. I’ve been dodging all questions about where I’ll be going next, but step one of this new endeavor is that I’ll be relocating outside of the US for one year to try something different for myself. Close friends have been asking me how I feel about my decision, and as an extremely risk-averse individual, I’ve been openly saying that I’m scared out of my mind. Somewhere deep in the layers of fear, though, there is conviction that this is “the right thing” to do at this time. I think that there is a profound lack of tolerance for change, especially for women my age and above. Nobody wants to make the wrong decision, so as a result of that, we are self-censoring in a capacity that does not deserve to be censored at all. But it’s really the difficult days, like today, when it’s hard to get out of bed yet we plow through – these are the important days that incite real change. So ask yourself this morning: Do you think you’re doing the right thing?
OOO, gone to London.
I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means, to me, to be an Asian-American woman in the workforce. I work in a corporate setting within a traditionally female-dominated industry, where we are constantly exposed to soundbites around female empowerment; visibility; and inevitably so, the need to be more outspoken and forthright. But what’s missing from the dialogue are the cultural nuances we embody as individuals (our cultural DNA’s). As a Korean girl, I was taught that “respect for adults” is shown in subtle ways like looking away when you speak to them, never talking back, always keeping to a softer tone of voice. As an introvert, I was always more introspective and needed time to collect my thoughts after conversations. I needed a lot of space to be creative and strategic. Fast forward 20 or so years, these ‘adults’ are now my seniors at work, and I still find it notably difficult to present opposing opinions, even constructive ones at times. Truth is it never becomes second nature, but when you work hard, you become better at what you do. You start finding yourself being heard and valued. With that, I used to think that being this magnified minority, personifying this triple “negative” (Korean-American Introverted Female) was my biggest disadvantage. People will continue to tell me that I need to be louder and more assertive in-office; but what I want to ultimately show them now, without apology, is how my cultural DNA can build the integrity of the team - how it can pacify the cultural climate, bring a renewed air of professionalism, and calm the noise. We are done, as women and as minority individuals, being the adapters. It’s our turn to take positions of gentle power and help them assimilate.
Weekend morning coffee (with a book, to myself) is all I look forward to in a week. Neutrals. Beiges. Monochrome. with @netaporter x @heartit.kr #netaporter #네타포르테 #ad
Looking for inspiration lately with my head in the clouds. ☁️💭 Sometimes that’s a good thing. @netaporter x @heartit.kr #netaporter #네타포르테 #AD
There is so much symbolism around women: powerful ones like mythical goddesses, nature, motherhood, and gentle things like flowers & poetry. Today we’re reminded of the beauty and strength around womanhood; the wisdom and sensible power behind being gentlewomen. Whether you are a working woman contributing against odds; a mom endowing, empowering her children; both; or even a little girl envisioning bigger dreams — the world wouldn’t be what it is today without you. You move mountains in ways that no one else can - with great emotional intelligence - and in ways that differ tremendously from one another’s. Let us celebrate that today and every day. Floral inspired by @thehautepursuit. Photo by @blvkcat.
For you, in low spirits, filled with gloom from heartbreak and finding yourself unable to free your heart again - Feel all the feelings through and through; embrace the sentimentality; celebrate this time (your time); trust in the process (entrust all truths and sincere happiness to thy self only); and finally, find yourself in a state of refined complacency that inaugurates a time for love, warm affection, and excitement once again. Be the flower to your pains.
Prelude - set your intentions
“This morning, with her, having coffee.” - johnny cash - [when asked his definition of paradise]
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