blue jeans & life decsions

jeans: Levi’s, t-shirt: J.Crew, kicks: Madewell, cardigan: American Apparel

Sorry I’ve been a little m-i-a. It’s been an up and down type of couple of weeks. In fact I feel like my entire life since graduation has been up and down, as I get closer to the “scary” one year mark of being post grad,  I’ve been trying to figure out what and where I’m supposed to be and do.

I guess when I graduated and moved to California I have all these visions and ideals of how it “should” be and how I “should” be starting my career. When that didn’t go exactly how I imagined it would, I kind of panicked. And by “kind-of” I mean I went on a totally melodramatic rant/fit. Hey- sometimes a gal’s gotta cry it out, and that’s OK.

So while I sort of have an idea of what I want my career and life to look like something could change tomorrow and I’ll have another worry. The moral of the story is the live for today. Which is where I’m trying to focus my energy on the “right now”, as a constant worry-er I know this will be hard.

Btw- the pic above was taken on a particularly cloudy day in Santa Monica. Jeremy and I walked up and down the promenade until we decided we needed some sandwiches. My new blue jeans and white tee seems to be my weekend uniform, I could live in this outfit if it were socially acceptable.

Have you made any big life decisions lately? How did you handle it?



One thought on “blue jeans & life decsions

  1. PS I had a similar breakdown after college. Won’t go into too much detail but for starters I sat and watched Nick at night for three months! I’d change the answering machine weekly with “we’re not here right now, we’re stranded on gilligan’s island” with the theme song playing. Or visiting with Fred and Wilma, etc

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s