Past few weeks have been a crazy ride, but a really good one.
I've been writing constantly, but none of it has made it to the blog yet...it's just not ready. My notebooks in all colours and sizes are pretty much everywhere in the apartment, each of them focused on a certain theme or category...sounds like a mess but it most definitely isn't. At least not for me, it works like a charm.
Autumn is gonna be wild, busy, I have so much work to do and I'm so looking forward to everything but it made me ask myself a certain blog related question and the answer was something so refreshing, light, calm, stress free and I feel so relaxed about it, like I've never been before.
In a way it seems like, for the first time in four years, I feel like 100% myself in here...not worrying about anything and just sitting and writing about what I love. I bought new nail polishes and some new plaid shirts for the fall and will completely reorganize my wardrobe for the upcoming colder season. The list of the items I want is endless but I'm having so much fun with it.
At the moment I've promised myself that one day of the week is gonna be completely dedicated to Mattie & Mo because more than that I simply cannot give to them right now. But our studio sessions are super productive and amazing which means that right now we don't actually need more time.
Also, after months and months of trying to find the answer to the burning question which revolves around the future of Forever, your teddy bear photo project, I've finally made the hard decision not to continue with it. I felt a bit sad about it in the beginning but it is the only right thing to do, especially when my head is filled with loads of new ideas that I can't wait to explore more and focus on which means that I have no time for going back to the past tense.
This fluffy project will always and forever be my favourite one but it's super important to know when to stop doing something (it's just like when you're editing a movie, it always feels like it's not finished, like you can change something but at one point you have to hand in the master file and the story's finished).
Summer is slowly coming to an end (even though temperatures wouldn't agree with me) and I feel like I managed to do everything I wanted. And I'm not talking about silly bucket list things but the more important ones that are focused on the relationship I have with myself. I knew that these summery months would be all about introspection and working on some changes, I was looking forward to it and I've never been happier - with myself, the job I love, this blog I keep on writing no matter what and the people who surround me.
I don't think I could've wished for a better intro to a weekend.
And how are you guys doing?