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    Paradigm Shift

    When I decided to pursue my blog full time this year and dropped both my magazine and my fashion photography careers, I got a lot of questions why. It’s fair to ask why I would leave two seemingly successful careers behind and start from scratch, again. The question upset me a lot though because I just didn’t quite know how to answer it. I started working on this blog post a few days ago. I was laying awake at night thinking about the future of my blog, that question, my insecurities, the fashion industry and everything else under the sun. I started to thumb thoughts into a note on my…

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    Stop Comparing Yourself on Social Media

    At the end of 2019, while procrastinating at filling out my BUJO, I decided to waste some time on ye old Instagram. As I tapped my way through a minimum of 50 slides per person and wondering how long it would take me to actually look at every person’s story without swiping left (a week, maybe?), I decided I wanted to do the annoying thing and make all of my friends view my century long story too! What I didn’t realize was how beneficial that process would be for me. You see, I end every year feeling like I didn’t accomplish much. I generally don’t do resolutions, but I have…