I had written this blog post at the end of August!!!
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Like all good things that have an end, so does summer. Over 90 days of being idle, (I could swear to myself that I did not envision) this summer, as I failed to bag any meaningful internship position. As a Nigerian, this has a familiar taste in regards to how impossible it is to succeed in a work environment with no connections. However, finding a similar or more dire situation in America took me by surprise.


    I started to apply for internships way before spring school season was over (which made me question the faith I had with God) and by the end of June and mid-July, I realised how much time had passed. There was no need to apply for more internships and time to resign to my fate, well not without a plan on how I intend to spend my idle time.

    As you all know I run a blog and this had to be my lender of last resort, I was going to invest my time in learning to write, reading books, and how to edit better pictures (I want to say at the end, I am pleased with how things turned out). I improved a great deal in my writing ( although not where I need it to be), I also realised what I needed, in regards to my photography and edit (by creating a few presets). I Started in a few JavaScript class ( which I didn't continue) a disappointment on my part because I felt the need to be pushed. I read more books this holiday, finished one started five namely (Business as a calling, A tribe called bliss, Passport of Mallam Illia, 32 ways to be a champion in business, Captive Enchantress, The Subtle Art of not giving a F**k).

    The feeling of disappointment I had at the start of summer has reversed (not so much) to me being grateful. I traveled twice this summer, slept a lot which is something adulthood steals away from you. Somehow I have a feeling that God wanted me to cherish these moments because I might not have it again (except for honeymoon).
    So as summer ends as all good things must, I no longer have a crux to settle with God, rather than to listen and understand his decisions for my life. These decisions may not come with easy acceptance on my part but have a great ending. Also, school has begun and assignments have already come down like a whirlwind and I'm still unemployed.

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OUTFIT
 I got my outfit from a thrift store in DC and same with my accessories. Styled here