from my brother that are a thick cross-cut slice of walnut with the bark still intact and three legs. The living room is also adjacent to the kitchen, where Adam is usually cooking up something delicious. As a self-employed entrepreneur, what is your typical work day like? How do you balance your work and your life when your blog is essentially cataloguing your life?
"One day I might be feeling very American West and the next week I just want to wear the hell out of polka dots. I like to have the freedom to be whatever girl I want, whenever I want." 126
I work at a creative co-op space, which really helps separate my blog world from my home life. We're a group of artistic folks, including graphic designers, photographers, web developers, and a film maker. It's an open space and we work at refinished teacher's desks picked up from the university resale shop. We get fresh flowers delivered once a week and take turns playing DJ for the music that plays throughout the space. It's an awesome place to work. Every day I get up, get ready, get dressed, and then head into the studio. With the exception of DIY projects, sewing, or shooting my daily outfits, I really work a desk job. Lots of emails, interactions, negotiations, social media relationships, and deadlines. Each day is different, but my ideal day includes a stop at the coffee shop, working on blog posts until noon, and then managing my inbox until I leave around five. I could probably spend another three
Matchbook Magazine, September Issue