Through your decades you can evolve with the times without losing your established identity. You can refresh your brand without going for a complete makeover and attempting to become some new person. That's a bit like a crash diet, and such diets don't work. You will be back to your old self sooner rather than later. Better to tweak. Update does not mean "abandon."
-French Women Don't Get Facelifts
I am reading the book French Women Don't Get Facelifts and wanted to share one of my favorite quotes from the book so far. I feel like I am in an evolving season. I am getting older...30 years come this August. But I also have learned to change some of my mindsets about my body, my purpose, and the person I am. You could say I am settling into the person I am, trying to make it the best it can be, but remaining true to myself. I am learning to be content. And with that comes much freedom.
As I hear people use the word "rebrand" to give their blog or business a new look, I consider my own online presence and how it reflects the current person I am. Domestic Fashionista seems to continue to be a good fit. A name I gave myself in my early twenties, is ready to stick with me as I begin my thirties. I think both aging and keeping up with the times can be a temptation to get down on oneself. Instead I am choosing to embrace who I am and let the world do all the changing. Instead I want to be classic. One fashion trend that never goes out of style.