It’s a long weekend here in the US because of Memorial Day being on Monday, which marks the unofficial kickstart of the summer season. (Although it’s been so cloudy and overcast lately it feels more like winter in San Francisco!) School ends officially next Thursday, although I’m taking a summer class to keep my scholastic momentum going, so that’s that. I’ve been working on finishing (errr starting… oops) my final school projects, creating a new online portfolio (I finished my Behance portfolio, just have to update my current portfolio), listening to this awesome podcast series from Real Simple and creating content for this blog (always). It somewhat kills me I haven’t had as much time to post on this blog lately but I have to remind myself that quality always > quantity.
My dad recently returned from a business trip to New York City, which brought up the discussion of “If we could live in any city what would it be and why?” Which got me thinking, I LOVE San Francisco in all its beautiful pastel Victorian home glory, but is there any other city I could picture myself living in? I grew up in Connecticut, just outside of NYC and moved to the Bay Area when I was 13. I never thought I’d adjust to this area, but now I feel comfortable here. I like it here. I sometimes wonder if I would feel just as comfortable if I moved back to the East Coast? Or what would it be like to adjust to an entirely NEW city? I feel like moving is a whole lot easier now with social media because everyone is connected worldwide. What city would YOU live in if you had your choice? Don’t get me wrong: I’m not moving anywhere. Just some food for thought.;)
The above photograph is from my Instagram feed. You can’t beat a red door and a brick wall. You just can’t. It’s a classic.