Thursday, July 25, 2013

How Vintage Has Changed My Life

July 12th marked my second year being a part of the blogging and vintage worlds. So much has changed in my life because of these two fantastic hobbies and passions of mine. But before I share how vintage has changed my life, I want to thank my readers and supporters who have given me neverending friendship and guidance. Thank you!

When I began my journey I was a newly mother of three, slightly losing my marbles in the midst of hormones. I spent a great deal of time alone because my husband works two full time jobs and this combination just wasn't good for me. I needed something for me, something where I can still be creative and have an outlet for myself.
I dove into the wonderful world of vintage, pinup, and blogging head first. I didn't know what I was doing nor did I have the means or the time to dedicate to it but somehow I managed to find a way to pursue my passion.

This journey has not be an easy one. Although it has been fruitful, the road has been bumpy with quite a few potholes. Nevertheless, I am grateful it hasn't been easy because the joys have been so much more joyful. And I am proud of myself for sticking to what I love no matter the challenges I faced.

Vintage has truly changed my life. Here are some of the ways that it has:  
  • Formed connections and friendships with people that I would have never met otherwise
  • Broke me out of my shell and helped me feel good about showing my leg braces to the world
  • Kept me creative and feeding my brain with oodles of information
  • Taught me (and still teaching me) that pretty comes in all sizes, shapes, and ages
  • Explore fashion in a way I never thought I would be able to
  • Allows me to share my passion and myself in a special way to my family, especially my children
  • Showed me that I could do the impossible (ie a emagazine)
  • Gave (and still giving) me a special sense of confidence that wearing vintage can give a woman
  • Reminded me of many things my grandmother taught me of what it meant to be ladylike and expressing that through my wardrobe
  • Reviving my lifelong passion for writing
  • Getting published is not as hard I as I always thought it would be. You just have to keep at it til it happens!
  • I am trying new things that I never imagined I would-ie makeup, hairstyles, knitting, etc.
  • Showed me that I am one determined cookie!
  • Taught me that patience and hard work are keys to success 
  • Allowing me to show who I am on the inside through the way I dress up
It has changed my life and continues to do. I know it has changed many of your lives as well. How has it? 

So cheers to Bunny's Victory! Here is to many more years of blogging to come!


  1. Great post, it really changes lifes! And patience and hard work = exactly, but it's worth it! Vintage gave me the confidence and that feminine feel I never found with modern clothes.. Feeling more myself than ever :)

  2. Happy blogaversary! How wonderful that you were able to make so many positive changes to your life, by simply starting a blog. Here's to many more years of blogging! :)

  3. Congratulations on 2 years! Im coming up to 1 year soon and that is crazy in itself! I never thought I could stick to something for this long (Im notorious for giving up) but I have stuck it out and I fell as though this is who I truely am not forever trying to be something Im not.

  4. Congratulations on your 2 year anniversary. I especially have enjoyed your posts that show your growing friendship with Brittany, and of course, Hey Doll!

  5. Happy blogiversary! It truly does change your life. I have met so many new vintage loving gals, even if its been online only, and am creating great new friendships. I'm excited for you and all of the wonderful things coming your way! Can't wait to see what the next year brings us both!!!!

  6. Such an upbeat positive message. Here's to many more years (cheers)!!!

  7. This is a wonderful post, Bunny! Congratulations on 2 years of blogging! Now that I've started a blog, I realize how much WORK they are, especially a high-quality one like yours! Great job, and thanks for the insight into your life!

  8. This is a wonderful post, Bunny! Congratulations on 2 years of blogging! Now that I've started a blog, I realize how much WORK they are, especially a high-quality one like yours! Great job, and thanks for the insight into your life!

  9. Oh thank you ladies! I'm so happy I get to connect with all of you and share in such a beautiful passion like vintage! Thank you all again!! xox

  10. Happiest blogging anniversary, sweetheart! Thank you for sharing these touching, honest, awesome reasons why vintage blogging (and vintage in general) has changed your life with us. I don't doubt for the tiniest of moments that you, in turn, have touched and inspired many, many bloggers and readers in the past two years - I know that you certainly have done just that with me.

    Here's to your third year and countless more to come!!!
    ♥ Jessica

  11. Happy blog anniversary! I have found that wearing vintage, and getting to know people within the vintage community, has given me more than I ever felt possible and certainly has helped me be true to myself. Here's to many more years of blogging and being fabulous!

  12. Very good blog. I realy like it.. Keep doing well
    Thanks & regards.


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