I totally understand...

 If you've given up on me. It makes sense really. Who reads a blog when there are no postings for over six months? Honestly, I wouldn't. So here I am, begging for your forgiveness and understanding. The last six months I needed to just disappear and wrap my head around things. A lot had happened in 2010, some amazing and some tragic, and I wanted to have a little time to myself for things to soak in and figure out what my next move might be. And sometimes life has a way of figuring things out for you.

I have just recently accepted a new job. (Side note: I know I can be pretty vague about who I work for on here, but basically it's so that I can continue to blog without being shut down by my employer) I have my last day at my old job on Wednesday and I start my new job on July 11. It's a big title change so I'm super excited about that, but I know that it will be an amazing quality of life change. A fashion stylists job is glamorous and amazing, but it also can be really physically taxing. At my new job I will be a Style Director so I will be more behind the scenes as opposed to onset. It will be a transition for me to go from the studio to an office but I welcome the change. I've been at my current job for nearly 4 years so I am really excited to shake things up and learn something new.

I can wait to be more present on here with you guys. And again, if you're still with me, thank you so much for your understanding. It means the world to me.

HAPPY 2011

 Happy 2011 my lovely readers. As most of you have noticed, my blog posts have been, should we say, sporadic (slash non-existent) and I want to apologize for that. Life got busy and blogging dropped off my radar, but I'm happy it's a new year and I've had a few weeks to relax and refresh. I've got plenty of awesome things to blog about and I always love to hear all of your feedback.

I've never been a fan of New Years resolutions because I inevitably create lofty goals that I never accomplished and I often spend part of the year feeling bad about my failure, so this year I'm creating a list of goals that I would like to accomplish and hoping that I'll be more successful with those.
1. Run a half marathon. I know, it's a big one but I think with proper training I can do it. Two years ago I ran a race with two girlfriends and loved it, I need to tap back into that energy.
2. Take better care of my skin. Growing up I had terrible skin so by the time I got out of my teens and I didn't have to mess with my skin so much I got lazy. I rarely wash my face at night and sleep in makeup, I don't use moisturizer, and I never wear sunscreen. It's officially time to remedy those three bad habits. Pronto.
3. No more fast food. Before I got married I would have fast food once in a blue moon. Now it seems that Jeff and I grab it once or twice a week. I had my last taco bell tonight. That's it.
4. Put more effort in styling my own life. I think I style so much for work that often my outfits and home get thrown aside. I need have more pride in my home and my own projects. 

What are some of your New Years goals?
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