The End of a Chapter

Coming to this decision was not an easy one to make. I really wanted to make a comeback with blogging and seriously in my heart I tried to do so.  But without even realizing it I had started a new chapter in my life that didn’t revolve around blogging and fashion. In the past year I have become more focused with my career, my home, my health, and my heart. When I started this blog I always promised myself that I if I ever got to a point where I hated blogging, was unmotivated by it, or lost the passion for it I would say goodbye. I’m sad to say that that time has come.

When I started blogging I was doing it to share my love of fashion with others who felt the same. I loved meeting and chatting with other people who I shared so many common interests with. It was nice not having to explain who a designer was or why I was going nuts over a Target collaboration project. It was nice just to feel normal and like myself for once with people who understood. What I didn’t realize would happen when I started blogging was the self-criticism I would put myself through. After taking a break for a while I realized just how self-critical I had become of myself. I was constantly comparing myself to other bloggers. Blogging for me began to take me down an avenue that was turning me into someone that I didn't like.

I love fashion and lifestyle blogs. I follow a slew of them and constantly looked to them as sources of inspiration for my own. But one question I always found myself asking is what is the end point? What am I trying to achieve by blogging? 

I feel very fortunate to have met the people I met, traveled to LA and NYC, and had the experiences I will forever remember. Without you, my readers, I wouldn’t have been able to do any of this and I want to thank each and everyone one of you. Thank you to those who saw something in my blog and chose to support it.  Your comments, tweets, and messages always inspired and encouraged me to go one step further. Without your never ending support I don’t think I would have grown as much as I have in my life.

To the sponsors and companies I was so fortunate to work with- Thank you. Thank you for taking a risk and working with me. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to make memories I will forever hold on to. Please know that you made my fashion dreams become a reality and I will forever be indebted to you.

To my fellow bloggers please push forward. Continue to strive to be your best and to always be original and yourself. You each inspire me in a different way and I will always be your biggest supporter. You can always still find me on Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.


  1. I love you and have so much respect for you in posting such honesty.

  2. Aww, I am definitely sad to see you go but I completely understand. So thankful that we met through Twitter all those years ago & that we got to meet in person and experience our first FABB together. Now I'm blessed to call you a true friend & one I know I will have for a lifetime. Love you, girl!! xoxo

  3. Ooh I'm sad :(
    I hope to see you soon xxx


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