I started this blog November 8th, 2017 at the time I was planning to go back to school for Psychology and Sociology and pursue a career in… something. Since my first post life has taken me back to my roots and passion for hair. I am not enrolled in school and do not plan on continuing my education at this point in my life. I have found passion and inspiration again as a hairdresser, I feel that the only reason why I wanted to go back to school was to find excitement. With the help of this blog I have been re-energized as a hairdresser again and am more passionate about my career than ever before.
The reason why I am sharing this is because I started this blog with the intention to merge my career and student life together in some sort of common ground, however since I am not pursuing my student life where does that leave this blog? I will continue to write and research about the hair industry throughout the world and how it affects us all, these writings have only inspired me to be a better stylist, to continue to learn and grow, and to be the student and teacher. The Geography of Hair will continue to share experiences, history, and motivational posts to further inspire myself and hopefully inspire/educate others.
I share this with you not because I felt I have lied or feel guilty for not going back to school. I share this to show that we may feel like we know where the future will take us, but we have no control, and sometimes we go on a journey we never thought we would and end up in a place that is exactly where we need to be.
As the journey of this blog continues I invite you to share your hair experiences and knowledge with me, as a collective we grow, learn, and inspire each other.
Until next time, much love,
THE GEOGRAPHY OF HAIR
The Geography of Hair is devoted to share experiences and stories in cosmetology and how it has affected people, myself, or us as a society.