Happy Wednesday my loves. I hope you’re all having a wonderful day. I have been a super busy bee today, running around doing actual adult tasks while also preparing myself to take the next step and follow my dreams. I’ll tell you something, being an adult is exhausting! I feel sorry for all of you who have been dealing with it for a while.
In the midst of being an adult, I finally took some me time and decided to check out a new magazine that a gorgeous girl I follow on Instagram founded. You can find her account here.
The Juniper magazine is something that I sat and read without stopping, you honestly get so gripped and want to know more about each guest or each story, the photography throughout is insane (and I am slightly jealous of their skills compared to mine!) The models used are insanely gorgeous, each style is something new and quirky and honestly the whole message behind the magazine is something I really needed to help me find my path.
This issue was about growing up and working out what you wanted to do or who you wanted to be. It was about growing up right and doing what you wanted for yourself whilst working out who you are and what makes you happy.
I had been in a real slum and questioning these things myself. I don’t know who I want to be or where I want to be 5 years from now. Every day my grand idea of how my life should look changes and I can’t keep up. After reading some of the interviews I realised that I am far from alone in this situation and there are people out there that are just as stuck, confused or whatever it is in this feeling and we’re all just trying to get out of a very over crowded fish bowl.
I loved reading the interview with Megan Gabbey! She really said some things that hit me hard and had got my brain thinking in over drive. I definitely connected a lot with her.
The photography throughout the magazine is like nothing I have ever seen before, this is definitely a high produced magazine and I am beyond excited to see how huge this will go!
One of my favourite segments which I have gone back and read three maybe four times now is the Walk of shame. I have been through this on multiple occasions but with my village being so small and everybody knows everybody, it wasn’t a secret and I was seriously judged. It’s such a common thing that happens but I have never seen someone openly talk about it. That’s what I like.