The Future of This Blog

future of this blog intro If you've been keeping up with my blog recently, you may wonder if you can expect new posts now that I am in Copenhagen!

Well readers, the short answer is yes! I'll soon be coming up on the 1 year anniversary of this blog later in the month, and it has become part of my daily routine that I can't imagine living without. This space has helped me share my work, develop + explore my personal style, and connect with some really amazing people! It also became a great stress reliever, especially while I was in school, because I could come home at the end of a long day, shoot some photos, write a post, and just think about something other than studio and my homework.


That being said, moving to Copenhagen is going to be a big change and most likely a time consumer, at least for the first couple weeks. When I arrive I will have to adjust to the time change, go through orientation, get situated in my housing, and start classes in a foreign country. These things might keep me a little too occupied to post daily. I have a few posts written + scheduled in order to help me out, but if I'm absent for a few days--bear with me!

Once I get into the swing of things though, I think I will be very inspired and posting like a madwoman! I'm having dreams of sitting in a coffee shop on the streets of Copenhagen, writing about what I see. I cannot wait...!


Finally, since there will be so many new sights and experiences there, I imagine that the type of posts I share on this blog will be a little bit different. I will still be sharing my own style + work, but I would like to also share street style, snapshots of life in Copenhagen, my sketches, and possibly interviews of the creatives I meet along the way. Ultimately, although the content might change a bit, don't worry about this becoming like every other study abroad blog. You know what I mean, "Today we went here, here is a photo. We also went there, here is a photo of that place...blah blah blah."

I promise to maintain the integrity of this space, and want to build it to become an awesome resource for edgy and intelligent people everywhere.

That's where I'm at now guys and I hope that you'll continue reading along with me, and keep up with this amazing journey. If you have anything particular you'd like to learn about in future posts, please share your ideas with me! Leave them in a comment below, or shoot me an email at, I'd love to hear from you! Thanks so much for being a part of Punkrockparti, it means everything! Talk soon. x, Paige