Good News/Bad News

Where have I been for the past 6 months? Well, I've been feeling a bit stagnant on the blogging front for a long time now. I started P for Pearl when I was 17 after being really inspired by all the wonderful blogs I read like Rhiannon's & Tavi's blogs. Ever since, this blog has helped me more ways that I can imagine. I got to meet so many wonderful people, made amazing friends, crazy blogger events and even got my first job as a graphic designer through this blog. For that I'll be ever so grateful. I'm glad I took the step to blog but now I feel like things need to move on. I'm definitely not the same person I was when I was 17. My fashion choices, likes and dislikes, routines - all of it has evolved so much that I felt stuck in a rut. P for Pearl remains an archive of my younger self and that's why I won't be deleting this blog but keeping it as a remembrance. I've invested so much time and effort writing blog posts and photographing outfits and my travels that I feel it would be unfair to get rid of it all.

The good news is I've started a new venture. A blog called Belle Fleur. Something that I've been developing since a year now. A blog that is a fresh start and wholly mirrors my personality and aesthetic in every way possible. I'm still the same just a tad bit different. There are two new posts on the blog. I hope you will follow me on this new adventure. A new life in New Zealand and my love for eco-friendly living. You can expect a lot more heart to heart conversations, my experiences living in a new country, movie and tv recommendations as well as some of the same things that I used to blog about on here like beauty reviews and outfit posts. This time I'm blogging because I want to and not out of necessity. It's always been that way for me and I wouldn't wish it any other way. You can follow me on Bloglovin' here to keep track of new posts or sign up for email alerts below. Lots of love, xx

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