During my blogging hiatus I spent a lot of time exploring my personal style and understanding what exactly I thought it was. As I came to recognize my style I was surprised to find that I didn’t always have the confidence to wear it…
When I shot these photos last November it was my first time being able to do much of anything in a month.
Lyme has dropped my body temperature to a degree or so below normal, and it causes issues with my heart from time to time.
It wasn’t my original plan to talk about virginity for a Valentine’s Day post, but I had wanted to write about this topic for some time, and I thought, it isn’t going to be less awkward any other time, so why not?
This isn’t an explicit post, rather its a post of things I really wished I had heard when I was younger.
It began as a brisk walk to clear her head. The chill air cut at her breath, and she sat down on a park bench to rest.
Welcome to the first #wscreate challenge. This month’s challenge (as hinted in the shoot above) is to practice creativity by looking upward—literally.
Wind & Spindle may be accounts of my aesthetic adventures, but I want to invite you to join the expedition. Every first post of the month (either a Monday or a Thursday) I will be introducing a new creative activity I will be practicing this month. The challenge will relate to either photography, writing, or fashion.
A Style Philosophy 1. Style should be about promoting the wearer, not the wearer promoting the fashion. 2. Neutrals are colors…
Wind. Invisible, ever moving. It tramples trees and dances with dandelions. We know the wind. We see the wind. But we can never catch it.