I've been doing a lot of thinking this past year about... well, end of sentence, actually. I've been doing a lot of thinking this past year period. This has been such a phenomenal twelve months for me, because at this time one year ago, J and I had just left our respective jobs, moved out of Seattle, and were about to begin a life-changing journey abroad.
While I've mentioned how this past year changed my general life-outlook, I haven't illustrated its various impacts on my approach to style. This month I intend to delve into the nitty-gritty of what has changed and why, and also (if you're so inspired) how you might make similar changes in your own life.
I've been excited about tackling these subjects for some time now, but I've noticed myself putting them off out of fear. Fear that I'm not qualified to lend advice so early in my own process. Fear that readers won't find it accessible or interesting. Fear that I will eventually revert back to my old habits. But now that I feel fully settled into my "new life" here in New York (evidenced by paintings on the walls, plants in the living room, and healthcare bills in the mailbox!!), I feel more certain that these new lifestyle habits aren't changing anytime soon -- and might just be worth talking about.
With that in mind, I'd greatly appreciate any feedback on any topics you'd like me to explore throughout the series. Please don't hesitate to leave any questions or requests in the comment section throughout the month, and I will make a point to address them via my own experience. You may also send requests privately via the right-hand "Message Me" box.
I'll be exploring these subjects as a series through the month of March with the headline "My Style Journey," so stay tuned for future posts!