Dec 162014

(Clearly I have fallen off my blogging routine! Sensing some changes coming, I will try to be more predictable in the new year; in the meantime, you can subscribe by email. If you still use email 😉 )


The first step on my official Color Training, although I have been successfully doing color analyses for awhile, is somewhat of a personal visual identity and attitude assessment. One of the early steps in that journey was collecting a pictorial history. Looking at pictures of myself from various stages and times of life and identifying how I feel about how I looked at the time has been a very productive process; if you struggle with self-acceptance on any level – and who doesn’t? – I thoroughly recommend it.

The Christmas season is a great time to get together with loved ones and look at pictures. Consider, after all the gifts are opened and before the post-frenzy letdown sets in, looking at pictures together – maybe even doing some scrapping.

  2 Responses to “Visual Identity Journey”

  1. This is the sweetest picture! I don’t remember seeing it before, but I know I’ve seen some of you in that dress (and I think I had a matching one). xoxo

    • I didn’t remember it either, but I found it in my baby book. 🙂
      What surprised me was the resemblance to one of our little friends. It will be so interesting to see what he looks like as a full grown man!
      Btw, your box is wrapped and ready to go; hopefully, I will get to the store/post office today!

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