hi ashley,i’ve been following your blog for a while and really like your posts, your pictures, your furniture and stuff. i wonder what did you study? and what is your new job? wie kam es, dass du in deutschland studiert hast?all the best from northern germany,ola
'my real work' - my thoughts exactly. :)
love the ferst image.
this post made me cry
vielen dank ola! i studied textile design in germany through my university in san francisco and ended up staying there because i enjoyed it so much (my mom's family is german and we happened to have relatives in reutlingen, the same town my fachhochschüle was in). now i work as a stylist (had been freelancing for some time) and just landed a full time position with a large company that I am very excited about. on the side i always am working on collaborations and my textiles, which i have always considered to be my true work. i prefer not to make money from my real work because it changes the way i feel about it. thanks for reading my blog.
SASHA! What? Why? I hope not out of pitty... lol jk
I agree about things changing once your passion becomes your main source of income. I just don't know how you could be as free and uninhibited if you are relying on it to pay your bills.
yeah it's too stressful for me unfortunately... i used think how great it would be to make a living off the things i make, but sadly that equation doesn't work for me...
oh, good luck with your new job! it's interesting what you wrote to ola. i thought you were living in the states for some reason?!?
oh yeah, that was confusing how i said i stayed there... sorry, i meant i finished my degree there (stayed longer than planned). haha, i wish i were still there!
thank you, ashley for your detailed answer. congratulations on your new job!best,ola
no not out of pity:)) you know, one of those things that someone expresses in a way that cuts through something, to deeper truths in life, things that are felt...
Congrats Ashley!You are so Talented! So happy for you :)
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