Dare I say I am back? I needed a break to get readjusted in life. A time when I wasn't feeling my most creative. I also feel that my sources of inspiration all dulled seemingly together. Are we so inundated with images on the web now that everything looks the exact same? I must confess I rarely keep up with the blogs I once couldn't get enough of. Everything seems to be a bit meh. Even the magazines I receive in the mail have lost their luster. However, I recently spent a week feeling a bit under the weather, and during that time I endlessly perused tumbler and pinned my little heart out. Alas, I determined I wasn't finished sharing my musings and the images that catch my eye. On this gloomy, rainy Monday may you have a pep in your step and may your sun shine.
Monday, October 1, 2012
Heyo! I decided to take an unofficial break from here. While I love blogging, at times it can be a challenge to keep up. I thought this quote was quite fitting, because it has been the reoccurring theme I have been hearing from my friends lately. I miss having them in my immediate life. A life I try to live by enjoying the small moments, seizing opportunities, discovering, acting on spontaneity, being open to possibility, or simply letting go and having fun. Just when I feel so removed from my wonderful friends in their far away places, I get those e-mails, text messages, and phone calls. And I hear, "you only live once". As if I need some sort of confirmation for my potentially good or bad deeds that have me outside of the box life often puts around us.
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Monday, September 10, 2012
Friday, August 31, 2012
Forgive me for the recent lack of posts. Life has been happening. Busy. Chaotic. Stressful. Fill in the blank. I was finally able to move into my new digs last week so between being physically exhausted (I originally said I was going to hire movers but when it was all said and done I did it myself with the best helper in the world) and tired from the endless unpacking I am in the beginning stages of recovery mode. Two months of being in a state of homelessness is no fun I can assure you, so I am emotionally spent as well. Thus, I decided to treat myself and book an impromptu trip to Paris. Cheers to pressing reset over good food, good wine, and good company with an amazing backdrop that one can never tire of looking at. I promise to return, finally get the internet, and get back into posting more. Au revoir!