Sometimes, I am having a hard time setting boundaries between university life and THE life. Besides the blog but also including it, I have been participating in a lot of activities, projects, and workshops covering the fashion and the food areas, as well as the business (entrepreneurship, marketing, PR, and media) area since it is my field of study. I believe that I have this obsession of wanting to be dead-exhausted at the end of the day, worse than my phone battery that had most probably turned off mid-day. I try to fill up my schedule as tight as I can, which will cause some overlapping, sometimes, and delay. There are blurred lines between these two realities that academic results or exposure and experience are more prone to professional success. I didn’t make a choice, I stick to both—that’s why it’s overwhelming, yet working for me so far.
Some teachers who taught me at school and at university have sometimes mentioned the concept of "Everything equals to nothing". I have never believed in that. I surely don't know where I am heading but giving out my best and noticing my progress week after week guarantees at least that I will be reaching a place where I would like to be.
In my network, there are a lot of bustlers whom I look up to. Yet, they are at least 4 to 8 years older than me and they are all somewhat stable that is to say that they have already experienced their turning point in life. I still haven't decided what to do with myself but time will tell everything.
"I saw that my life was a vast glowing empty page and I could do anything I wanted", Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums.
Here, I am also wearing the concept of blurred lines! I matched zebra slippers with a chic and sober Varsity jacket. I completed the look with a puffed skirt and a lace T shirt. That day, I attended classes and later at night, a fashion show at City Center—one of those hectic but beautiful days.
|Entire outfit available at GS stores including Bronx shoes.|