A New Season
September has brought along Fall sooner than expected. And my new site design has taken a bit longer than expected. As much as you can plan ahead, there are certain things you simply can’t rush – or slow down (would love to keep Summer around a bit longer).
a new season & a new Bikinis & Passports.
While I am currently wrapping myself in sweaters and slowly saying good-bye to my Summer wardrobe, my site is also wrapped in a new look. I started blogging in 2010 and it quickly turned into my biggest hobby. I created a digital space to share all of my favorite things in life. At first, only with family and friends, but quickly an incredibly community that involves all of you developed and grew. However, the community is not the only thing that grew. I also grew as a person. I went from being a student, to having my first job, taking you on my travels with me and sharing daily outfits, to moving into a new apartment and becoming self-employed. I grew up. And while Bikinis & Passports certainly also did some growing, for the past year I felt like I had slowly outgrown the site. It was time for something new. But it was important to me to keep the essence alive.
With the help of Laura Karasinski, who worked on giving the logo and branding a subtle upgrade, and the team of dotsandlines, who worked on the design and implementation of the site, I feel like we were able to create something more grown-up and timeless. I feel like I have more freedom again. I feel more inspired and motivated again. I feel more connected to my “baby” again. And I sincerely hope you love the result as much as I do.
Aside from the look, not much has changed. I will continue to share my travels, personal style, easy and healthy recipes, fitness routine, interior updates and beauty talks with you. I will try my best to keep the content fresh and interesting for you guys. And if there is anything you would like to see more or less of – please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.
Where You Movin'? They asked...
Onto better things! I said.