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my Moleskine diary and notebook

Another long one. This post is all about aesthetic uniformity. And I get to why I love Moleskines so much about halfway down.  

Thoughts On Being Aesthetically Uniform

I really rate aesthetic uniformity. By that I mean anything that’s aesthetically uniform and coherent – whether that be a person, an Instagram account, a blog, a stationary addiction. Any sort of aesthetic uniformity speaks volumes to me: this person has got their shit worked out. They know what they like and value and that comes through in every little corner of their lives. It’s something I’ve always distinctly associated with being a grownup, that thing I’ve dreamt of since I was a little girl. Read more…

December 7, 2016

thoughts on “looking cool”

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Trying To Be Stylish
We throw the word “cool” around a lot these days. I use it several times a day to describe a million different things, from my friend’s upcoming job interview, to the new album from Duke Hugh, to my mum saying she’s finished her laundry. One of my more troubling uses, though, is when I say someone “looks cool”. I’m not sure what the criterion is for this category… How does anyone judge who looks cool and who doesn’t?

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November 10, 2016