There’s still alot to do for the blog such as make past blog posts more accessible to readers and upload more content (like more pretty pictures) which I intend to do so don’t worry!
Besides my creative projects, film photography and body issue post, I will be posting more about my actual day-to-day life (in my attempt to keep my New Year’s Resolution which is to share more). I have a post coming soon about my job at Vania Romoff‘s so if you’re interested in working in fashion, this is a post you won’t want to miss.
This is the biggest commitment that I’ve made to the blog and to my future “online presence.” Ralf and I are planning a couple of things for when we go to the United States so FINGERS CROSSED THAT IT WILL PUSH THROUGH. We’ll be leaving in September and will be travelling all over the USA!
“I have sort of a Zen body philosophy, I’m sort of like: we’re one weight one day, we’re one weight another day, and some day our body just doesn’t even exist at all! It’s just a vessel I’ve been given to move through this life. I think about my body as a tool to do the stuff I need to do, but not the be all and end all of my existence.” – Lena Dunham
As a part of my 2016, I present my first swimsuit photo in 2 years and a new hashtag #loveyourbody. I’ve spent the past 18 months or so comparing my body to what it used to be and as an attempt to change that mindset once and for all, voila!
But wow, what an opportunity! This trip was definitely one for the books; partly because it was my first time travelling by myself and partly because I got to do a ton of new and fun things while I was there.
I got to meet two of my very good friends (Hanna and Yeo Seul) while I was in Seoul, got to eat a real Samgyupsal meal, met a kind kababayan who figuratively saved my life, and walked lots and lots and LOTS of kilometres (more than 55 kilometres in 4 days to be exact!)
I promise the photos will be up soon and that there will be a step by step play of what happened during this trip. I’m still getting used to being back and shaking off the wanderlust off my clothes. But I can definitely say that Seoul has taken me, overwhelmed me and made me fall in love with it.