Currently Untitled, but Me

I've been hoarding these photos for awhile. I've been writing other things, so I don't have any written content for this post, but I hope you enjoy it anyway. See ya Friday!


I'm down this week. I had to scold my dogs for being naughty yesterday, and I cried. I've put off doing everything because getting out of bed was enough work, and now I get to spend my Friday cleaning and doing laundry. I haven't written all week. I'm just itching to do so though, and to do as many creative things as I possibly can, but I won't be able to. I'm very much stressed out about the weekend for no reason other than it won't be socially acceptable to hide in my bedroom, and that's the only other thing I feel like doing. 

It's fine. Everything's fine. It's not, but it is.

** So I wrote the above paragraph, had an idea a few minutes later, and ran outside to take some photos. It's a process y'all. I genuinely get an endorphin rush when I take photos. So everything really is okay. 

I took a ton of photos earlier this week, but I've yet to finish editing them, so here are some Polyvore sets I've done recently that I'm particularly fond of.

Channeling Happiness Through Superficial Elements

Something I find very annoying about myself is just how often I use "superficial" details to determine how well I'm doing. I find my reality very depressing and dull, so I tend to focus on what I'm wearing, what I want to wear, things I own, etc. This habit is not beneficial in the long run whatsoever.

I wrote an entire post last week, that I've since scrapped, about how I wish I was a super cool fashion blogger. My love for style is relevant, and something I think I display well over on Polyvore, but not here. I'm defensive about how I feel haven't been able to translate this on the blog, but why? I want to focus more on my work and all of the things I do on the internet, ie photography and styling and writing, but do those things just come back around to the initial issue? (Maybe not?)

I think it's good to never be completely satisfied, but I think I've let that feeling bring me down instead of letting it inspire me to keep going. (I might be going off topic...)

I rarely stop to think about what I do have. I always go on about "Oh my life would be better if I had (blank) or if I looked like (blank)." I need to change that. I don't think this is step three (a reference from this post), but it's a general thing to work on.

On a brighter note, I'm feeling pretty good right now. I've spent the last four days taking photos reading and researching for various writing projects, and of course, writing said projects. I don't even know how to address those, but they exist, and I'm very much enjoying the process. I'm trying to keep my mind on all of these tasks, because they're what's keeping me going right now. There are other things going on that I'll write about later. There's been enough packed into this post.

I hope you're all well.

Society Socks

I've become a bit of a sock fiend. This doesn't entirely make sense, because I'm also barefoot any chance I get, but I love fun socks. Particularly fun crew cut socks. I want them to peak under jeans and trousers and above boots, I'm always looking for pairs that stand out a bit. They're also one of the few ways I incorporate pops of color into my wardrobe. I am a fan of black, that is no secret.

I recently had an opportunity to try out Society Socks, and I'm totally sold. They're a monthly subscription service that offers two pairs of unique socks with an equal two pairs donated to those in need. That's the really special part. For every pair of Society Socks purchased, they donate a pair to charity. 

Their website says "Socks are the least donated, but most needed clothing item. Since homeless shelters only accept new socks, it’s much more difficult to donate them compared to other used clothing items. Society Socks will help change this." Sounds good, right? 

They're sold in "Men's" sizes, but let's be real - socks aren't gendered. They might be a little large, but honestly, I'm wearing a pair as I type this, and they fit my small feet just fine. They're for everyone, but if you're still unsure, their website states that their "Women's" subscription is coming soon.

You can find out more for yourself here, or at This is not a paid post.

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