This summer was one of the best of my life. Not only did I make a plethora of new friends, I also kicked my blog into high-gear on a professional level and launched a bunch of exciting projects that I am super thankful and proud to be a part of. It was definitely a work-hard, play-hard season.
And yet, while I only have fond memories since Memorial Day, some of the most horrible things happened to me. I lost a friend, my apartment was destroyed in a flood, I broke my foot, my car died, and someone smashed the shit out of my brand new car. But it just goes to show that no matter how badly life can seem, the good always outweighs the bad in the end. Call it the power of positive thinking, call it being optimistic, but I finally feel comfortable and genuinely happy to be where I am since moving to LA three years ago. I feel like I’m a part of something, I feel like I’m connected, and I’m happy to have great people in my life that want to have as much fun as humanly possible, just like I do, and who are just as eager to join me on the adventure of a lifetime.