Hey guys, it’s Flo. As the dust settles with my indefinite move to Toronto and the holiday celebrations have come to an end. The sun has set on another year, a new one has dawned and as a result has triggered some introspection in me.
2016 has been an eventful one, with the last few months being very strange. I’ve been too busy to even think about much and have been operating on auto pilot; working like mad at the office then suddenly stopping. Straight onto attending various Christmas parties, packing up my life, saying goodbyes, getting on a plane, and then arriving in Canada to the open arms of my family. The manic nature of London is behind me, but there’s no rest during the holidays. So it was straight onto family reunions, loads of food and merry making with friends. Now, just under two weeks into life here and I’m only just having some time for reflection.
I feel like I’m in this weird timeless vortex. The strange and quiet space in between the start and the finish. The midway points that we eventually forget about years down the Continue reading
Hey guys, its Flo. I know its been a while since my last post, but I’ve got a really good reason for my absence. Watch my video blog for the news (obv my first time recording, held my phone the wrong way! Don’t judge)
Much Love Flo xxx
Hey readers, its Flo. How’s it going these days? I’ve actually been very busy at my 9-5 as of late. I’ve been doing work that’s somewhat removed from the usual, and it’s a bit full on. Which I don’t mind to be honest, as I’m a fan of variety. I’ve also realized the work I’m doing at the moment is a culmination of skills I’ve learned at previous jobs.
My very first permanent job in London was to work on a central London boutique hotel project, and the company I worked for were the lead design consultants on the job. The afternoon before the monthly project meeting, I was given the task of preparing the meeting agenda. Jez, the creative director, gave me a list of items to include and all I had to do was type them up in bullet points. I typed up the list, scanned my eyes over it, and ran a spellcheck over the document…hit save – pressed print – job done! Continue reading