Rebranding Me, Myself and The Blog

Rebranding Me, Myself and The Blog

Rebranding is always tough.

Is it the right time? The right name? The right direction?

I’ve been thinking about it for a really long time and I’m never sure if it’s the right time.

As humans, we’re constantly changing and evolving. And what used to fit us like a custom Burberry trench coat, suddenly feels like a straight jacket and you feel like you’re suffocating.

I’ve been feeling that way for a while now: about the blog, my style, my life.

You know that bit in Alice in Wonderland where she keeps eating and drinking and she keeps changing? Yeah that’s almost how I feel. As soon as I think I know who I am, BAM. Life just laughs.

Searching for Myself

I’ve desperately been trying to find who I am:Β I joined a gym, I’ve looked at flights, I went back to church and I still can’t shake this feeling of lutalica.

I’m so glad I found that word. Lutalica. It means ‘the part of your life that doesn’t fit anymore.’

But I can’t work out which bit of my life doesn’t fit. I’ve never been obsessed with anything (apart from my weight when I was 20). Some girls are obsessed with unicorns, some obsessed with pink, me? I’m obsessed with not knowing who I am.

Fashion?

I rediscovered Business of FashionΒ and I felt as if I’d found my first step.

There were so many jobs and articles that I started to feel excited again. Whenever I’ve felt lost, I shopped; I looked at blogger’s pages and how they created incredible articles and flat lays and I remember how excited I feel whenever I see clothes. I’m starting to believe that fashion is where I need to be.

So TRALISTY is born. Travel. Life. Style. It’s perfect.

I hope you enjoy my journey from here on in and hope to be your go-to when you need your fashion fix.

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  1. icecreamclarablog@gmail.com
    24/06/2017 / 12:40 pm

    Lutalica is such a beautiful word! I struggled for years not knowing who I was, I knew that it was okay to not fit in to a box, but I wanted to have some sense of what I was about. I struggled with very bad anxiety and depression and numb feelings, but I decided to make a blog and very slowly I discovered what I liked and who I was. I stopped trying to force myself to be someone and instead looked at who I’d been at earlier times in my life and kind of built on it πŸ˜€ it sounds like you are doing amazing! I can’t wait to read more from your blog! xx

    elizabeth β™‘ http://www.icecreamandclara.co.uk
    http://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/ice-cream-whispers-clara-4665421
    follow for follow on bloglovin’? πŸ˜€

    • naomiproudman@hotmail.co.uk
      26/06/2017 / 11:18 pm

      Hey Elizabeth, thanks so much for reading! It’s been such a long struggle, especially when I thought I knew who I was!
      The blog has definitely helped and I can see how much I’ve changed, even from the first post pre-Australia.
      Can’t wait to have a read of your posts, the site is so adorable! xoxo

  2. icecreamclarablog@gmail.com
    24/06/2017 / 12:40 pm

    Lutalica is such a beautiful word! I struggled for years not knowing who I was, I knew that it was okay to not fit in to a box, but I wanted to have some sense of what I was about. I struggled with very bad anxiety and depression and numb feelings, but I decided to make a blog and very slowly I discovered what I liked and who I was. I stopped trying to force myself to be someone and instead looked at who I’d been at earlier times in my life and kind of built on it πŸ˜€ it sounds like you are doing amazing! I can’t wait to read more from your blog! xx

    elizabeth β™‘ http://www.icecreamandclara.co.uk
    http://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/ice-cream-whispers-clara-4665421
    follow for follow on bloglovin’? πŸ˜€

    • naomiproudman@hotmail.co.uk
      26/06/2017 / 11:18 pm

      Hey Elizabeth, thanks so much for reading! It’s been such a long struggle, especially when I thought I knew who I was!
      The blog has definitely helped and I can see how much I’ve changed, even from the first post pre-Australia.
      Can’t wait to have a read of your posts, the site is so adorable! xoxo

  3. icecreamclarablog@gmail.com
    24/06/2017 / 12:40 pm

    Lutalica is such a beautiful word! I struggled for years not knowing who I was, I knew that it was okay to not fit in to a box, but I wanted to have some sense of what I was about. I struggled with very bad anxiety and depression and numb feelings, but I decided to make a blog and very slowly I discovered what I liked and who I was. I stopped trying to force myself to be someone and instead looked at who I’d been at earlier times in my life and kind of built on it πŸ˜€ it sounds like you are doing amazing! I can’t wait to read more from your blog! xx

    elizabeth β™‘ http://www.icecreamandclara.co.uk
    http://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/ice-cream-whispers-clara-4665421
    follow for follow on bloglovin’? πŸ˜€

    • naomiproudman@hotmail.co.uk
      26/06/2017 / 11:18 pm

      Hey Elizabeth, thanks so much for reading! It’s been such a long struggle, especially when I thought I knew who I was!
      The blog has definitely helped and I can see how much I’ve changed, even from the first post pre-Australia.
      Can’t wait to have a read of your posts, the site is so adorable! xoxo

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