Top: Calvin Klein (via Ross); Skirt: Ross; Flats: Report (via Ross) (similar)
I'm going through another one of my phases where I feel both strapped for time every single day and crippled by the endless possibilities of things to do. I so often feel unsatisfied with my inability to learn, know, and excel at everything! It's hard to see these hobbies and skills that other people have mastered and feel like you're stretched too thin to get better at them. Watching my brother draw and get better at painting has been so frustrating. I'm filled with the feeling of: "I want to do that!" But the same happens when watching artists on Instagram write amazing calligraphy, or seeing graphic designers come up with awesome work, or photographers master film.
And there's always some time to learn, but once I get home from work, I have precious few hours to straighten, eat, take blog photos, work on the blog, and then shower before 11 p.m. I seem to constantly be running out of time every single night! I want to work on my calligraphy, or read new novels, or finish my new magazines, or wedding plan, or blog... but not all can happen at the same time or in the same day.
How do you all manage pursuing new skills and still maintaining your sanity (especially if you blog)?! I feel like I'm losing a battle with time right now and it's disheartening! I need some tips from you time managers out there. :)
P.S. This is my first pair of D'Orsay style flats and I'm loving them. On the hunt for similar styles and shapes (because somehow they actually stay on my foot, defying physics) and am drooling over the collection at Shopbop. For more options on D'Orsays, should you be in the market for some effortless chic-ness, check out their selection.