hey there, september

I hope you’ll bring the change I am longing for

at the end of the day

My hair has the same length as it did in the last photo that felt like this, although I haven’t cut it in the meantime. I have spent a lot of days this summer doing nothing, but not the good kind. They were filled with thoughts about all the things I didn’t have time for, because I didn’t take care of the important ones. The worst thing about all of it is that I have a feeling I have been stuck in this phase for so many years that I don’t even know what it’s like to not be like this.
But sometimes, a little bit of motivation appears out of nowhere and I try my absolute best to hold onto it. Having my hair cut is one of those things I can easily procrastinate on for over a year, but somehow it fixed itself lately and I really don’t mind not having to spend any money on it. And this was me trying to summarize what I have been up to, while having no idea whatsoever.

afternoon motivation

“We cannot waste time. We can only waste ourselves.”

—  George Matthew Adams

first rays of sunlight in a while

the comfort of home

Why does every moment of feeling home
bring along the fear of it being over too soon?

“You can suffer the pain of change or suffer remaining the way you are.”

—  Joyce Meyer

All postcards in my shop are now ready to be sent out to those who want to share some of my memories with me — including this set of film photos I took in Corsica. :) I would really, really appreciate an order!

As I grow older, I collect more homes — but this place will always be the first one I called home with an after taste of nostalgia.

I’ve been spending my days not even pretending to get stuff done

after sunset

“I crave space. It charges my batteries. It helps me breathe. Being around people can be so exhausting, because most of them love to take and barely know how to give. Except for a rare few.”

— Katie Kacvinsky

all that we share is this moment