A few weeks ago, the lovely Trish Hunter asked me if I would like to do an interview for her site – The Vintage Post. As a regular reader of the site (indeed, one can spend many awhile reading all the fascinating interviews and insights from bloggers, entrepreneurs, and collectors alike) I of course jumped at the chance.
Trish’s questions were really well thought-out, and it did take me a good while pondering over my answers! As with all interviews that I have given, and even looking back at some of my posts here on my blog, it can feel a bit surreal.
As interviews and blog posts often show a very edited version of a persons life, it can sometimes feel like ‘is that really me?’
I’m sure I’m not the only blogger to feel like this every now and then. Sometimes when I am at my least glamorous (for example – when I am colouring my hair and have a plastic binliner on my head to contain the henna) I do giggle and think my gosh what a sight!
Here is a little quote from my interview –
To some extent, when you differ from the norm, people are going to look at you. Personally, I have always disliked this, and sometimes I still struggle with it and feel like I want to hide away.
What stops me from hiding away, is the fact that even though I may be uncomfortable with attention, I AM comfortable with my own personal style choices. I have belief in my ability to project a visual image of myself through clothing, hair and make-up, that, if questioned by a curious stranger, I can be confident in.
For more of my ramblings, and Trish’s excellent interview questions, visit The Vintage Post here. I also mention some of the wonderful people who inspire me, including some of the lovely people I follow on Instagram or elsewhere online.
Thank you to Trish for the opportunity to be featured on The Vintage Post!
Until next time dears xx