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    Katerina Jane

    I can't seemingly sum up my profession in a mere word or two. I write, photograph, style, paint and explore, I just yearn to create. That is what I do, I create, whether it's through words, image or film, this site is a documentation of just that. You'll find editorial pieces, short stories, vintage finds and secret getaways all here, not just of fashion but of literature, art and history too. Don't be a stranger & I hope you enjoy my content. With love, Kat

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    "How will you know if it's the right decision if you never make it?"



    At the end of last week I finally completed my two years of College.
    I had been counting down to that very moment when I'd no longer have any more work to stress about. Now, a few days on, I suddenly feel guilty about having nothing to do and no deadlines to worry about. I guess after having an intense work load for a long time, with week-to-week deadlines, I'm not going to be able to shake off the habit of needing to do or complete something quite yet.
    But overall I think I have earned some time off, and shouldn't need to feel like I can't stay in PJ's all day long on Netflix.

    I must say I'm quite nervous for what's to come, especially as I have no intention of going to Uni, or even full time work at this minute. I just want to explore this, as I am doing right now, throughout the next few months, because... well it makes me happy. When I get a post done, it's almost like completely a deadline, like in College, and I hope with the more I do, the better and more popular my blog will become.

    It's a risk.
    But then again, it makes me happy and I'm motivated and committed to doing it & so I will not let myself feel guilty about that.
    It can only improve and get better if I work at it.
    Right?

    KJ.


    "How will you know if it's the right decision if you never make it?"



    At the end of last week I finally completed my two years of College.
    I had been counting down to that very moment when I'd no longer have any more work to stress about. Now, a few days on, I suddenly feel guilty about having nothing to do and no deadlines to worry about. I guess after having an intense work load for a long time, with week-to-week deadlines, I'm not going to be able to shake off the habit of needing to do or complete something quite yet.
    But overall I think I have earned some time off, and shouldn't need to feel like I can't stay in PJ's all day long on Netflix.

    I must say I'm quite nervous for what's to come, especially as I have no intention of going to Uni, or even full time work at this minute. I just want to explore this, as I am doing right now, throughout the next few months, because... well it makes me happy. When I get a post done, it's almost like completely a deadline, like in College, and I hope with the more I do, the better and more popular my blog will become.

    It's a risk.
    But then again, it makes me happy and I'm motivated and committed to doing it & so I will not let myself feel guilty about that.
    It can only improve and get better if I work at it.
    Right?

    KJ.


    . Tuesday, 19 May 2015 .

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