Since May, I've been on 5 out-of-state trips. Some work, some play, all involving air travel. I know it sounds like I'm about to give you some sweet suitcase-packing tips, but sorry, I'll leave that to the hundreds of other blog posts on that topic. All this travel has helped me to see how our style can deepen an shift through a change in environment, not only in a logistical sense but also in the gathering of inspiration and heightened possibility of trying new things.
We hear a lot, especially us entrepreneurs and business owners, about self-care and the importance of unplugging. We need to get out of our heads and routines in order to see our work from a new fresh perspective. I'm starting to feel like hitting the road might be a crucial element of escaping those style ruts we can find ourselves in every so often as well. I mean, when but before we are faced with the problem of having only access to the items we stuff in a tiny suitcase do we have to examine our clothing in such depth? And when but in a new place do we discover that our personal style is crucial to avoiding that "I look like a tourist" feeling? Read on!