I have been offline for a while. Did I fall into blogger oblivion? Have I had an epiphany to completely delete all and start over? Was I just extremely busy, with what other bloggers like to call “life stuff”? In my case it’s all of the above.
I have recently made the biggest purchase of my life – a place to call my own in London. It was a hard, thorn-clad journey but I have managed to reach the petals.
Huge changes in your life make you reflect on the steps you had taken to get to where you wanted. To be honest, this reflection stage is synonymous with sulking and self-pity, but it is so important to get the emotions out to be able to let the sadness and hardship go. Even sadder, a lot of the hardship comes from people, often the ones you love, often the ones you must continue to love despite your complete disappointment.
I am so happy that in these photos I am not fashion, I am not beauty, nor am I style. It’s an honest-to-the-bone shoot of how I dress these days while celebrating puppyhood. At the moment, all of my treasured heels are on hold – tucked away far from where this bundle of energy can’t reach them to chew them up.
Meet Zeus. He is a golden cocker spaniel, who is mischievous, funny and all round cray-cray! While he is still a puppy, it is hard to keep up with all of my daily tasks, as he demands attention 24/7. Suddenly everything started taking up twice the amount of time (or more). Thankfully, Daniel Wellington came to the rescue with the latest addition to the DW family – The Petite Melrose watch. It has helped me to manage my time better as well as get more “life stuff” done on a daily basis – hence this blog post has surfaced after what seems like forever. It also helps that this beauty is rose gold and completely stunning to look at. It’s one of those watches that makes you pretend that you’re looking at the time, but really you are just looking at how beautiful the watch is. Guilty as charged.
I can’t wait to get back to blogging but for now, give me five more minutes to truly enjoy puppyhood. I’ll be back in a blink.