I don’t have the usual bundle of links for you today, because we’ve been moving into our new studio all week, giving me zero time to read.
Instead, I thought I’d share some photos of the new digs. I thought about waiting until everything was set up and looking good, but it’s a lot more interesting to see things in progress, don’t you think?
This move has had me thinking a bit about transitional periods. As fall begins and I start oscillating between sandals and sweaters every day, I realize that there is a certain amount of discomfort that comes in every transition.
You don’t know what to expect next. It feels exciting and new, but it also makes you keenly aware of time passing and the impossibility of ever going backwards.
But mostly, it helps you step out of your head and remember all the possibilities there are in life. And that you have to be ok with uncertainty if you ever want to move forward.
The shots above are mostly before we moved in (obviously!). And below are a few shots from this week, as we get settled in. It’s huge, but we’ll soon be filling the remaining space with inventory and a photo area. I have to say, it feels much more professional and full of possibilities.
Many thanks to the rest of the team (Kenn, Kristen, and Meg) for all their hard work in getting us up and running. They’re the best!