Sunday, July 27, 2014

We'll Cross That Bridge When We Get There

For some reason, I thought that this summer was going to last forever. But as time does, it flew by in the blink of an eye. Whenever anyone asks me what my next move is, I simply say, "oh, we'll cross that bridge when we get there." Well, here we are, quite literally, at the Brooklyn Bridge & I still have no idea what the hell I'm doing.

I've been applying for a million jobs, going to interviews, looking at apartments...the whole shebang. Trying to be an adult is the weirdest transition in the whole world. I keep thinking that I'll be going back to school in a couple weeks & I'm honestly absolutely hating the uncertainty of not knowing what's coming next for me. As much as I desperately miss Florida (believe me I'm so torn between staying & going), I know that I'll regret it if I don't take a chance at trying to make this whole NYC thing work for at least a year.

Meanwhile, I'm basically waking up in cold sweat, panic attack mode every morning because I don't want to make the wrong decision & end up sleeping in the subway. I'm constantly questioning if trying to stay here is even the right move. But I love it here though, I'm young & any career that I want to have is going to be in industries that are thriving here. 

So, what have I got to lose...except my sanity.


Details: top: Zara // jeans: American Eagle
sunnies: H&M // shoes: Urban Outfitters // 
bracelet: Madewell // bag: Anthropologie //

Sunday, July 20, 2014

How Bazaar

On Friday, the girls & I made our way to Brooklyn to check out the Brooklyn Night Bazaar. I heard that Ceremony was playing a free show, emphasis on FREE because I love that word so much. I saw Ceremony once before at Churchill's in Miami & they put on such a great show that I couldn't wait to see them again.

We went for sushi & drinks at Mizu & headed to the venue around 8ish. It was way cooler than I expected it to be. The lighting was amazing and there was a constant glow of blue & pink. I felt like I was in a Nicolas Winding Refn film the whole time. It was set up like an indoor flea market, there were cool art installations & arcade games. There was also booze, boys & bands, so we were basically in heaven.

We took upwards of a million photos so I'm going to let them speak for themselves but some highlights of the night were: drinking too much beer, meeting Ross Farrar of Ceremony (look at how happy he looks to be hanging out with us), eating free ice cream that we got because a stranger gave us his extra food ticket & watching people somersault into the crowd off of the speakers. Ceremony shows aren't for the faint of heart.