Shoes: Urban Outfitters
Earrings: Anthropologie Rosalinda Tonal Drops
"Stop and pose again. Freeze for the camera then resume what you're doing. Where you, how you, why you, when - every little thing you do you document....turn a real thing into a million pixels." - Bronze Radio Return
My posts have been pretty few and far between for a couple of months now. It wasn't planned. It just sorta happened. In fact, I think this must happen to a lot of bloggers. I know many of the one's I have followed over the years have gone through a similar pattern of dwindling content that eventually fades into oblivion. I have no plans of following suit, but I'd be lying if I said I was into blogging as much as I once was.
I've wanted to post more, but I just haven't felt motivated. For one, it's been hot as Hell here lately and the last thing I've wanted to do is go stand out in it and pose for pictures. Also, I've really cut back on my clothing purchases, so there's not much to show you that you haven't seen before. I thought if I broadened my horizons and blogged about aspects of my life other than fashion, I would be able to generate more content, but that has actually proven to be more difficult.
Recent developments aside, I don't know if I will ever get back to blogging as much as I did at one time. As I get older it's becoming less and less important to me to "keep up with the Joneses." I don't feel as strong of a need to project a certain image anymore whether it be in the real world or the virtual one. I find myself letting the dishes sit in the sink a little longer, letting the grass grow a little taller, and waiting a few days longer to wipe off those grubby little hand prints from the storm door. So, if you hear from me a little less than you used to, take comfort in the fact that I'm just living my life rather than documenting it.
Stop and Pose - Bronze Radio Return