Walk a Day in My Mocs
My Ever-Changing Days
Ever since being home, my schedule has changed dramatically. I did make sure to keep the highly busy lifestyle that I got used to downstate, but now I'm not running from work to class to work to homework to my sorority. And my days no longer include coffee shops stops at any of my five favorite coffee shops (which happened to be all in the same vicinity, how did I ever choose.. well it was the tough decision of every morning, that's for sure). My days also don't include my frequent stops at JoAnn's, the Bead Gallery, or Target. I did loved being able to get what I need when I need it, especially materials. Eric's mom is probably thinking I'm crazy for all the mail I get!
Adding the Finishing Touches
I have been incredibly busy, because when you apply to 274 jobs and they all end up getting back to you three months later all at the same time, it can get wild quickly! As of now, I have 3 part-time gigs to sustain my lifestyle (online shopping, Caesar salad, coffee and Amazon Prime). This is the investment I need for my new business! So after working all week as a librarian and fill-in receptionist and then prepping for my illustrator course all weekend, Gahh! I was finally able to play with my newly ordered supplies and materials, porcupine quills galore. Wahoo!
Hello, I am Miss Keweenaw (Ke·wee·naw) Bay 2008, University of Michigan Graduate in 2015, and current graduate student of NYU Tisch. I have come from a small Upper Peninsula Rez and have explored as far as Ghana, Italy, and England! My passion is creating wearables that embody my indigenous roots, contemporary vibes, and optimistic outlook on life. I write to give insight into my process, life, and my home as a modern Native with many visions. I want to share, inspire, and bring awareness to other others. Be sure to keep up to date by subscribing below!