So here I am back to blogging. My several month hiatus has no excuses, other than to say I was simply tired and uninspired. This seems to be a re-occuring theme in my post-college life, and it has been a difficult adjustment. There is something so special about finding yourself in a space in which you don't care about money, fame, or success. You don't care about your audience, and you definitely don't care about what people think when you're wearing a pair of 7 inch cat platforms to brunch on a Wednesday. I call this space creativity, a space of sartorial bliss, and a space where you do something pure.
Sunday was my last day at my job. It feels weird type it out. Nothing major happened, I just decided I needed to do something more creatively fulfilling. Is it wrong to say I want to be back in college? I don't think it is. Throughout college, young people are encouraged to try new things, travel, expand their horizons, be creative. Once we graduate though, it becomes time to grow the fuck up. Pay off your debt, find some meaningless job in which you are unsatisfied, put your head down and just do it. I have found this to be so difficult, and I am searching for a way to maintain myself without drowning in these feelings. How do you find a career that allows you do be creative and yet it pays the bills?
I'll let you know when I figure it out.
P.S. I have become intensely obsessed with instagram. (Who hasn't at this point?!)
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