What a whirlwind this has been. I am so proud of myself for mustering up the courage to finally step out of my comfort zone and give this whole blogging "thing" a chance. To say it has been easy would be an outright lie. Blogging is challenging and time consuming, yet rewarding and fun all rolled into one. There are so many days I feel defeated, ignored, bothersome, and even the brunt of many jokes. I try to look past these emotions and doubts and remain focused. My more successful days always see me through.
Meeting other fellow bloggers and sharing in their daily fashion conquests and adventures has been a component I never really considered when I began this journey. Making new friends, however, has been my favorite part. We are all experiencing the same trials and tribulations and can relate to one another on a much deeper level. We truly understand what blogging entails and the amount of effort and commitment it requires. Not to mention we are all staring at the pavement on a daily basis to get those photojournalistic shots that make our feeds look reputable and unique! Eventually we will all wind up visiting the same chiropractor too!!
It’s hard to believe that this July marks 6 months since I officially launched this "little" blog. Everyday has been an adventure and my trepidations continue to dissipate as my experiences are heightened. Revamping and reinventing are on my to-do-list. Knowledge is power and the more I retain, the bigger I intend to be. There’s no stopping this girl boss now! My only hope is that I have inspired other moms like myself to step out of their comfort zone and achieve their very own greatness. Stay at Home Stylist has made me a more profound person and mother and awarded me the happiness I seemed to have been missing. I can’t wait to see what will come next. Thank you all for following along on this journey with me. I am grateful for all the people that I have connected and reconnected with, as well as the friendships I have forged. Your unwavering support and love is greatly appreciated. Here’s to many more fashionable adventures ahead!
Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it. – Steve Jobs