I've had some big personal changes happen in my life recently and It's made me feel a lot of self doubt which is more than normal for a sorry-for-herself 21 year old going through a rough time. It's time to embrace change and remember that things happen for a reason and I'm really not the failure I think I am. I'm starting to endure new things in all aspects of my life and one of those is definitely my creativity in blogging. I love to shoot and write and I think about it most hours of the day but rarely actually do it because that little niggle in my head stops me from it. I'm seriously over-flowing with content ideas at the moment and it's time I grew a pair by taking those ideas out of my journal and onto the web.
This months been full of spending time with my favourite people and meeting a few new ones on the way which meant it was time for me to finally take some flicks. Taking my camera out when drinking alcoholic beverages seemed like a bad idea at the time but when your friends are all good looking people you don't tend to get a bad shot, even after the drinks start to roll in. They surprisingly enjoyed me shoving my camera in their faces which was great for me, get used to it guys! As well as bar hoping in Bristol we also took a little trip to London (it did included wine in the evening I wont lie). So, here's January's photo diary for your viewing pleasure...
I'm jewellery obsessed, if you didn't know. If I leave my home forgetting to put my rings on I will feel completely naked, my fingers will feel bare and uncomfortable which sets me up for a pretty bad day. It's like a comfort blanket considering most of the ones I wear were bought for me and mean a little something. They all have a place in my heart and leaving my fingers or neck bare feels like I'm missing something. There's a company that's been high on my list of desirable jewels for a long time now and that's Bloody Mary Metal. I bet most of you know of the company by now considering a lot of well known bloggers don a part of their collection on the daily. But my love goes way back, way back when they had minimal Instagram followers and they hadn't had an article written about the in the paper, nicely done by the way guys! It might be that I adore the fact their situated in Cornwall, close (sort of) to were I used to live and where my mother still does live. Seeing something come from a little town I have distant but fond memories of feels strangely homely.
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