Changing the theme up a bit, I wanted to focus on some awesome people. As this motivates me, maybe it isn’t actually that huge a leap, but at least my search has varied format now!
As a lifestyle investigator, I have come up with a few questions that I would like answered by that cool girl you see walking down the street with purpose in her eyes. Kaitlyn Adeline was kind enough to provide me with some.
Kaitlyn, my very best friend from college started an Etsy store, Pockets of Parcels, to showcase her whimsical and unique greeting cards. I have always known her to be one of the funniest and most intuitive people around and I see this store as an extension of her creative mind.
Who are you?
Who am I? That’s a very big question. My name is Kaitlyn Adeline and I currently live in New Orleans, but I’m from South Carolina. I grew up in a tiny, one-red light town that barely makes dot on the map. I’m 24 and if you were to compare me to an animal I’d probably be a fox 😏. I’m also someone who loves a good challenge.
What makes you feel powerful/important?
I feel most powerful and important when I’m creating something. I also feel powerful and important every time I play darts and practice yoga.
What do you dream of?
I dream of finding a space for myself where I thrive and am pushing boundaries in a creative sense. I guess I dream of what all other twenty-somethings dream of: figuring out what the hell I’m supposed to be doing with my life. Which leads me to your next question:
What are you creating?
What am I creating? I’ve decided that at this point in my life I’m supposed to be creating hilariously punny greeting cards. They can be found on Etsy under the shop name PocketsofParcels or situated between selfies on my Instagram account. I also post them on my Pockets of Parcels Tumblr.
Kaitlyn makes me smile and I hope her cards bring you joy. I plan to come back with many more installations to this series, little insights into the lives of inspirational women with a plan.
You can find Kaitlyn on:
Etsy: Pockets of Parcels
Tumblr: Pockets of Parcels