February, you’ve been good to little old me. While I didn’t have any huge events taking place, I think this February was just one of those months that was full of exploration. I’ve finally been working on the nitty gritty of my thesis, the typeface that I’m designing is coming together in a really fun way, weekends have been spent doing work/having spontaneous fun time with the man-dude, and I even was able to start doing my first DIY’s—and get that canvas painted. Boy has that been on my list for ages!
On the down-side, I have really been struggling with my health again. With a lot of this new exploration has come a lot of stress, and I definitely turn to comfort foods when I get stressed. Cake at 4PM, ok, sure. Can you guys reach out from the internet and slap my wrist the next time that happens please? I hand-lettered that little saying to hang above my desk that says: “No Excuses. For Serious.” It’s been helping—but my kitchen is on the other side of the apartment from where it’s hung ;) Blah blah, March is a new month, and my main goal is to get back on track. I’ve been starting to interview for jobs and send out some applications for post-grad life—I want to be in the right state health-wise before I start heading down that new avenue. I’ve had some exciting opportunities come my way in the past couple weeks, and I’m crossing my fingers I start to see something come of them. This month has really taken a toll on my mentality towards graduation in a big way, and I’m so full of questions. It will be great to have a little direction and I’m hoping that starts to come soon. I’m such a weirdo planner, so it’s hard. I’m sure many of you can relate to this feeling of not knowing what’s next.
Here’s to trucking on in March—with fun times like St. Patrick’s day to keep us on our toes! How was your February?
If you’re interested in more sneak peaks into my months, follow along on instagram! Oh, and those adorable magnets shown above were sent to me by stickygram! I have them all lined up on my fridge right now. These are such a great was to get your instagram photos into your real life—that’s so nice when most of my photo documentation just stays on my phone or computer now-a-days. And they’re crazy cute to boot.