SANTA MONICA STREET STYLE

OUTFIT DEETS: top here [or click here for the set] // jeans are from Boyish, but sold out // belt here // shoes here

Hi guys!

This morning I woke up in a panic– I had such a frightening dream last night.  The kind that feels like it lasted for hours, and you barely got any rest because of it.  I always wonder if certain dreams have specific meanings.  I don’t really like to think about that though if it’s a bad one.  I try to forget about it….. until I bring it up in a blog post haha.

I’ve been wandering Montana St. in Santa Monica for the past two days because of appointments, and I have to say I really like it over there.  There’s so many cute shops, and they even have a Williams-Sonoma (my favorite store ever).  I always walk into Williams-Sonoma just for fun, and during the holidays the whole store smells like fresh pumpkin cake, and they’re offering samples.  Does it get better than that?  It bring me joy to look at all of the cooking ware, kitchen towels, fancy knives, and all of the baking stuff.  Anyone else have a weird obsession with home stores?  In my next place I’m going to start fresh in terms of pots + pans, silverware, furniture, basically A LOT.  My mantra will be less is more.  I want organization and no clutter!

Speaking of, Rudy and I have been talking about getting a place together (!!!).  We sat down in the beginning of the year and I told him about how I don’t like splitting my time between LA and OC like I’ve been doing.  I love both cities, but splitting my time is a lot of work, and it’s time consuming.  Packing a bag to go here and there, unpacking, driving, not having the things you need when you need them, etc.  the list goes on.  I just want the majority of my time to be spent in one city. My dilemma is, I have Rudy and my family down in OC, and my work-related stuff up here in LA.  If I move down to OC, I’ll probably still be spending a good amount of time here in LA, but I would be able to be with Rudy in the evenings and mornings.  I’ve been doing ”long distance” with Rudy for over a year now, and it’s just not ideal, I’d rather be with him!  Have any of you guys been in a similar situation?

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  • Johanna

    Hi there dear Hanna

    I Have Been in the same situation in a distance relation and l Can say that it feels right when you feel that you miss him when you isnt togheter and this in love feel is still Alive . The negative thing with living togheter is that the fall in love feel Can disapear and you Can be a little of tired of each other because you seen him everyday.

    But in a matter of fact, every human being Have different kind of personality Wich is amazing wonderful. Maybe IF this man is the right one Maybe you Will move togheter with him and Try it. IF it Dont work nothing say that you gyus Can move back to each apt. You are still Young and Have a lot of time togheter.

    Thank you very Much for a Nice blogg reading and for your inspiration of glamour and design..

    Kind regards from west sweden //Joan

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  • Maria

    Jag har också mardrömmar ibland visst är dom jobbiga och så verkliga. Vi har minus 5 grader kallt i Stockholm och snö. Är nu trött på vintern. Men våren kommer nog först till påsken. Kram.

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  • Moa

    Me and my husband had a long distance relationship for the first two years. Then we moved togheter in our first apartment. Now we’ve been living togheter for 6 1/2 years, been married for 1 year and have two beautiful kids age 1 and 3. At first we had a distance of around 5-6 hours between us (he lived in Stockholm and I lived on Gotland), then I moved north of Stockholm to study and for the last year we were only 1 1/2 hour from eachother. I would say go for it! The time you spend driving to LA in work will be worth it anyway in the end.

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  • Isabel

    I haven’t done distance but a while after I met my husband (he lived in the apartment next door) I was moving to a bigger apartment but in the same tiny city. Even if we then only had dated for a couple of months he moved in with me and rented his apartment to a friend. We spent almost every night at one place anyway!

    I def would go for it – you can always move back to LA if you don’t love it in OC and it does not have to mean anything or be a big deal for the relationship.

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    • hannamontazami Post author

      I have a very similar outlook on it as you do! Nothing’s permanent, and it doesn’t have to be a big deal. It’s more about doing what you want and what makes the most sense! 🙂

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