After a year long break that started to look a lot like a permanent thing, I'm so HAPPY and EXCITED to finally share that Mattie & Mo are back in action, alive and kicking, ready for new adventures more than ever.
So a few days ago I joined Society6, a place where you can sell your artwork (in my case, photographs) in many different forms - from tote bags, pillows, wall clocks to standard art prints in various sizes and framed prints as well.
Sound of crickets mixed with sea breeze. Bright orange sunlight that paints everything in beautiful golden shade. The most photogenic time of day is even better when you spend it on the beach, sitting on the rocks with your feet in the sea. Time stops for a second, just for you and life is perfect.
Seriously, from day one, when I was still a kid in high school who spent her days writing, reading and daydreaming. I guess I have no one but my diaries to blame so when sharing your ideas, inspirations, work and hopes became possible online, I jumped on that bandwagon without much thinking and never regretted it.
You know how they say that the best camera is the one you have with you? Well, there's so much truth in those words and that's also one of the reasons why at times I wander around only in the company of my beloved pink iPhone.
I love the freedom it gives me and it serves as a perfect little break from my DSLR, which is something I really crave from time to time, especially during hot summer days.
Wow guys, it's been five years already. Five crazy years. Can you believe it? I sure cannot.
Countless posts, ideas, photographs, stories, people, cities and adventures.
And so much love from day one.
But today we're not here to talk about hearts, unicorns and glitter. Even though I've been living and breathing this blog for the last five years, I've been present in blogosphere for around ten years (I first mentioned it a few months ago when I wrote about blogging reality most people know nothing about), which means that I've experienced first hand all the changes that have happened in the last decade (God, I sound so old). And today I'm sharing them with you, because sharing is caring so let's get going.