Yes, that was a Star Wars reference. No, I’m not a super fan…yet (I’m actually a noob), but I do want to talk about my return to blogging! Cheesy transition, I know, buuuuut hello from New York!! This picture makes me miss the ocean. Instead of smelling the salty air I smell urine. Sigh, it’s one of the bittersweet trade offs to being in the city. I wouldn’t consider myself a New Yorker just yet, but I am enjoying the city and being here with the one I love. I’m truly blessed to be studying again to further my education in graphic design! (Thanks Dad!). I don’t know where I’d be without my family and loved ones.
Throughout my hiatus of 5 months (never again!), so much has happened. I have a lot to be grateful for. I’m excited for the opportunity to expand my skills, I have a loving family, I’m happy in a loving relationship for over a year and a half, I live in Manhattan, and I am alive and well. As I continue on my personal journey for growth, I’m working towards trying to lose weight, improving my time management, and not letting my blog/media die! I figure the first step to getting on track is to keep putting time into my hobbies and passions (like what I’m doing now :^D).
I think we all have a lot to learn, I can say that I’m proud of my skills thus far and potential. I’ve came a long way from where I started and I acknowledge I have a long way to go. If you’ve watched one of my favorite movies of all time, ‘The Lorax’, there’s a quote about a seed that says, “It’s not about what it is, it’s about what it can become.” I love this movie for so many reasons, and that quote is one that touches my heart. It especially resonates with me because of how I’m just starting out and still growing. I’m still learning to manage everything. The struggle is finding balance and knowing what to put my time into. From streaming to video editing to modeling to all the 2492150 things that need to be done, it almost seems impossible. This is where time management comes in, and the time to start getting things together starts…now!
If you’ve read this far, I guess one seed of knowledge I can pass on is that despite what social media may portray, not everyone has everything together and I think that’s okay. What’s more important is that we strive to be our best selves and aim towards improving ourselves in all aspects. With that being said, expect weekly posts, pretty pictures, funny thoughts and musings of a girl trying to
pretend she has get it together. 🙂