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Goodbye for now...
The new year is always a good time to think about making changes. On the one hand I’m always a bit sad that another year has past, yet on the other hand I’m always happy to start anew on January one.
I want to wish you all a wonderful 2013 and thank you for visiting the blog throughout the year.
I love this area where I live and all the wonderful people, places, and things that make it so unique, so I’m happy every time I get to write about or photograph something I want to share.
I’ve been working on the blog for over two years now, and it’s been a complete labor of love for me. Now is the time I’ve decided to step away from it and look into some other opportunities that have presented themselves to me. I’ve always had a bigger picture in mind while writing this blog. Some things have worked out and some have not. I’m not sure if two years is enough time for that big picture to come into view, but I need to take a break nonetheless and figure out my next move. It might be another blog, or just doing this one a bit differently; or it might be that I do something entirely new. Writing, photography, journalism, and photo styling are indeed passions of mine, so I hope whatever this new chapter is about, I’m able to do those things.
I’ve really enjoyed every second of working on the blog. It’s been a lot of work, a lot of self-discovery, and I’ve met some super talented people who have become friends and who are very special to me.
Your feedback has been amazing and sweet and that is the hardest part about stepping away. I know those of you who are regular readers of the blog will understand. I truly have loved becoming connected to all who read the blog regularly and who have given me support and such wonderful feedback. I can’t thank you enough! I'll keep in touch through all the other social media sites that are now such a big part of my life: Instagram , twitter @beach_citylife, facebook,pinterest), also find me weekly in The Beach Reporter! (and here & here)
Until we meet again! xo Teri
photo by Edouard Boubat