It was a journey…
-> from (almost) 17 year old fashion design student that started a blog thanks to Carrie Bradshaw
-> to personal style blogger whose main inspiration were vintage clothes found at grandma’s house
-> to idealistic young entrepreneur starting a brand with eco-friendly accessories back in 2012, sharing ups and downs, funs and funnots of solopreneurship
-> to burned-out weirdo who started to hate it all and disappeared to her cave, communicated mostly with her dog, Nature and handful of smart&creative people; occasionally stepping out of that cave full of skeletons just to retreat again
-> to a wise woman (I fucking hope so) who started rising from the ashes when the world for a change adjusted to her slow pace of living in 2020
-> that is now sharing her heroine’s journey and bits of wisdom you can probably relate to (if you have some self awareness) at anitapuksic.com
… on which I used to…
Bite off more than I could chew
I am still digesting.
Try my best to enjoy sometimes scary, sometimes exciting ride
Hoping to grow, learn what I need to learn and having tons of fun while doing so.
Throw it all out to the internet
Despite being a very private person. My posts were so personal, they seemed universal at times. Yep, I always felt the truth is inside the paradox.
To be honest, it was a wild ride.
And then I needed a lot of time (much more than I was comfortable needing)
If you want to learn from my mistakes
(while still having the freedom to do yours)
give me your email address bellow and I will (sooner and later) send you the tools you can use to make your creative journey through life a little bit easier and a lot more fun (even if you are a fellow introvert).
Things I love and I believe you will love them too:
- Scribd – my favourite e-book and audiobook subscription -> you can read and listen 60 days for free when you sign up through my link, I shit you not
- Coinbase – I just love their reward system where I learn & earn crypto (learn – did you see that?) -> sign up through my link and receive $10 when you buy/sell your first $100 (and don’t forget to learn too!)
- My favourites from Amazon (books only, of course)