It’s been a while since I’ve done anything exciting with my hair. Besides subtle color changes the last major thing I did was cut bangs 4 years ago. I was “growing it out” for years and years and honestly when you have thin hair that’s slow moving like mine it takes that long to get any kind of length. But now I have long hair and that’s that. I’m feeling like maybe it’s time for a change. I’ve been browsing several different options but am having a hard time committing. Maybe I’ll just sit on the idea for a little while.
Fall is definitely in the air. Living in Salt Lake and working in Park City means I get to escape to the mountains every day and see the colors changing. There’s nothing better than curling up in a cozy fall sweater with a cup of tea to watch a colorful landscape. Of course any of these fabulous sweaters would do.
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Emma Watson’s UN speech this week was absolutely amazing. Such an incredible sentiment on gender equality, something everyone should hear. What an ambitious and talented young woman. “If not me, who? If not now, when?”
August was pretty incredible here in Salt Lake. We had more summer storms than usual which made for some really beautiful skies. I can’t believe we’re already in September and moving from summer to fall. I really love the nostalgia and anticipation of the changing seasons. There’s always something really special about this time of year.
Not only are we changing from one season to another, but I’m starting a brand new job and looking forward to some busy and exciting months ahead. I’ve been with Ballet West for two and half years and it’s been an absolutely amazing experience. I’ve grown so much and worked with the most incredible people, but an opportunity came up that I just couldn’t pass on. I will now be working as the Manager of Festival Events for the Sundance Institute. Managing a team of 8 event coordinators executing 80 events over the 12 day Sundance Film Festival is a daunting task, but I’m so thrilled for the opportunity. It feels like the right place at the right time and I’m eagerly stepping up to the challenge. Here’s to a few more beautiful, calm skies before the storm.