It has been a long time since I opened this blog. It was like a box of an old memories to me, which holds a different and precious moments, yet I felt like I was over it, and that I have outgrew them. I forgot how good it feels when you have some good snapped memories and want to share them with the world. I have figured out that you are never too old for starting to live your dream. Because your dreams can never be outgrown. If you do not pursue them, they will pursue you and eat you from the inside until you figure out that is up to YOU to decide if it is worth it or not.
We have a choice to live the way we want to live. So I decided to keep sharing some frozen memories on this blog, hoping that someone might find an inspiration in them or an idea of how to refresh their own style.
Those photos were not supposed to be on the blog, but still, I wanted to create some vintage output with them. It was a casual "hanging out" outfit which was supposed to feel comfortable. I found some old high waisted jeans from the high school, and which were ready for throwing out. I don't know how I decided to keep them...and 5 minutes before I had to leave the house, I just instinctively grabbed them, and a scissors. I wanted to make a reeealy short shots, and this length was meant to be only temporary so I could measure it well. But guess what, I was late as always, so I had to leave them this way. And it felt just fine.
Do you have your DIY moments? I would like to see them, so feel free to share! :)
Recently, I have started out a new blog, as an answer to my huge internal need to express my thoughts and feelings about personal and soul development, about how to find yourself and your purpose, and how to live the life that you want to live. It is dedicated to all of you who are always crawling for the better version of yourself, and especially to twenty-somethings who still struggle to find their own purpose in life. You can find by clicking on the link: Quarter And a Mile
For now it is available only on my native, Serbian language, until I find the best way to make it bilingual without having a double posts.
I hope that you have enjoyed the post.
Until the next one,