2013 has been an amazing and crazy year for me. It started last January with quitting my full time job to start my online boutique and blog full time. I spent a few weeks in Indonesia and Tokyo and then came back to working for myself full time (lessons learned on that here).
I made so many incredible friends in the blogging world (especially my girls Kat, Hitha, Hallie, and Jessica), started writing for The Glitter Guide, attended and covered my first NYFW, and then went back to work full time again in November. Here are a few of my post highlights from the last 12 months.
I actually have no idea what 2014 will bring but I can’t wait to find out!
I’ve loved following your blog over the year! The first look was definitely one of my favorites!:)
LOVE following your blog and seeing the wonderful things happening for you! Can’t wait to see what 2014 has in store! xoxo
Love your blog: Your style and updates on starting your business. Hoping to follow in your foot steps.
k at http://www.beautystyleandgrowth.blogspot.com
Loved discovering your blog this year. It’s very inspiring! That pineapple skirt is too cute!
This year would not have been the same without you in it. Here’s to an even better 2014!!!
Randomly just stumbled upon your site – love your style!
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You have chosen the best photos ever!
From photos i understand that your year has been fantastic!
Big kisses from Italy and happy 2014.
Lovely photos! I really love your blog. Have a happy new year!
Wishing you a wonderful year ahead!
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