Monday, September 23, 2013

About This Blog

This blog is about different aspects of a typical, young woman's life. Fashion, hair, and makeup, but also college, work, and relationships are important. Some people focus on more than others, however, this blog focuses on all of them. I developed an interest in this topic because all of these ideas are important to me. The clothes I wear and how I do my makeup and hair defines who I am. My education and my occupation displays who I aspire to be. I have a unique perspective on these five aspects of life, because they have a symbolic meaning in my eyes.

It is an old concept that one cares about either their physical appearance or education. However, the age-old “nerd” theme has been abolished. Sure some “nerds” may not have a very "good" sense of style, but not everyone. I consider myself a nerd, however others may not. This is because do not look like the typical brainiac. However, I love school and studying. I desire to go to graduate school for social work and law school after I finish my undergraduate career. I am a nerd but I have my own fashion sense.

I also want people to know that it is all about being themselves. It does not take a great amount of money to look (and feel) good. Then, what may look good to one person may not look good to someone else. Wear the clothes that you want to; style your hair how you want to; pursue the career that you love. All of these aspects of life are individually modified according to each person.

The purpose of this blog is not only to give people an insight of what is important to me, but also help them understand what is important to them.


  1. I used to be the "nerd" and it definitely showed. I didn't think I could ever look good and be a braniac. That was completely wrong! After a while, I developed my own fashion sense and now I wear what I want. Sometimes, I like to look cute and rock pair of skinny jeans. Other times, I want to wear my cowboy boots and a T-shirt. I think you can be (and look like) anyone you want to be, as long as you're comfortable with how your looks make you feel.

  2. I really enjoyed reading this! It is so true that what one person thinks is looks good may look terrible in someone else's eyes. I agree that it is all about being yourself. While I still care what others think of me, now I have come to realize that what really matters is how I feel. If I feel good about the way I look, I will be more confident and have a better day than if I am worrying about what others think. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and I look forward to following your blog!

  3. I was just having this discussion with my younger sister the other night! I consider myself to be a nerd, but I do not have the sterotypical "nerd" look. I also consider myself to be an out-of-the-box thinker which gave me another connection right away to this writing. I made several other connections such as heading into Social Work and finding my own self of style which allowed me to enjoy this writing and the colorful tone it had.

  4. The topic of this blog reminds me of Sassy Magazine! Do you read it? If not, I think you would really enjoy it. Also, I'm curious where you like to shop and if you have a favorite style icon that you follow. I'm not surprised that this blog has so many readers already. It's a great subject!

  5. Your blog has a great topic. I love that you involve all aspects of every woman's life such as education and relationships, in addition to fashion and makeup. All of the different aspects you wrote about equally make up who we are. I also liked that you noted that we do not have to spend a lot of money to look and feel great. This is so true and something that every woman should know.

  6. Women nerds. Such a bizarre concept to me. Every Woman Nerd I've encountered fails to own even 1 action figure.

    You have a great sense of design, and if you put together your fashion stylings half as good as you designed your blog you should definitely go far with this blog. Keep up the good work!