Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Daisies and Plans


I'm currently back in Vicenza and enjoying my last week in Italy! 

I head back to The States on the 10th, at which point I have to face my future as a real-life graduate and get a real-life job. And I'm real-life dreading it. I guess the plan right now is to stay with my family while applying to places in Columbia, probably design-related stuff, maybe even part time retail stuff. Then move in with Travis by August, and build up my freelancing and work on my Etsy shop in the meantime.






I really am trying to take a breath and go with the flow, something I'm not very comfortable with. I like to have things planned, but that's just not where I am right now so I gotta roll with it. What's really important to me is that I enjoy my job. I'd rather work in a friendly coffee shop than as a designer in a negative environment. Freelancing full time is my goal, but it's hard to find work for that and I'm not entirely sure I'll ever be able to. 

Whatever I end up doing, at least I'll be wearing cute clothes!





Shirt: Dapper Ink in Greenville
Skirt: Target
Shoes: Converse

I wouldn't dare say I'm sick of Italy, but I'm getting anxious and antsy to go back! The Alps, Verona, and maybe The Mediterranean are still on the list.



10 comments:

  1. That last photo is really stunning.

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  2. Cute outfit!!


    Freelancing is quite difficult and it sometimes feels like nonstop networking. Definitely focus on you and your happiness!!

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  3. You look like a doll and I'm rooting for you in the job hunting field. It is tough, but don't get too down about it. Things will happen as they are meant to <3

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  4. Love the location! You look adorable! Alex

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  5. I'm in kind of the same place. I quit my job because I was getting burnt out on it, but like.... what now?

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  6. I've been loving these Italy outfits! I know what you mean about trying to go with the flow, it can be hard! But it's also exciting so enjoy every minute. One of these days I have to get you to illustrate my portrait for my blog :P

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  7. your skirt ! <3
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  8. This skirt is super cute! It sounds like you've been having the best time in Italy. These photos are beautiful and it sounds like you've got a good enough post-college plan going!

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