Hi, I am Sarah the creator & writer behind Kooklah. This site will post about topics including lifestyle, travel, positivity, mental health awareness, equal rights as well as beauty, fashion and styling.
I have been blogging for ten years, it originally started as a hobby, a vice to indulge my obsession for all things beauty, fashion and styling. I called this ‘For the Style Seeking Girl’, I was very proud in this time to have grown this blog from something I wrote mostly for me, to a blog that has been read and shared by many. My aim was to pass on my own passion to others, assisting them to feel beautiful, be confident & sparkle.
As the blog grew and went through different experiences, I did too. I developed a love and voice for pieces that included lifestyle, travelling, day to day musings and voicing opinions on world issues. I have decided to take my blogging identity of ‘Kooklah’ further and develop it into a fully functioning blog. All of the posts from For the Style Seeking Girl are still available, and can be found in the archives. I’m a dreamer who looks for meaning in life and I wanted to embrace this in my writing.
Kooklah is Greek, and is something that my Dad has affectionately called me – all of my life. It means ‘Living Doll’, I have always used it as a sign off or to brand anything I created. Over time, Kooklah, became a real part of who I am as my creative identity whilst still been affectionately used as a nickname. It feels very fitting that this is now not only my blogging identity but also my blog + website name.
I really hope my old readers embrace this change, there will still be a large amount of fashion related posts as this is what I LOVE but I am also hoping you will join me in celebrating the other aspects of life too. I look forward to interacting with new readers and seeing how my voice is received on different topics.
“She makes the day brighter, she leaves a little sparkle wherever she goes…”
I love to hear from people reading the posts and encourage conversation and discussion. I do ask that any comments remain respectful with no discrimination, otherwise they will be removed. Please contact via comments or email – firstname.lastname@example.org – if there is a topic you would be interested in reading from the Kooklah point of view. *Celebrate individual sparkle*