The Everyday Gal was created first and foremost, for me.
But then it grew. It became something that people flocked to, and enjoyed because they could relate to the words and found a chance to escape. It’s a comforting thing, that – knowing that others feel the way you do.
On the other end of the spectrum, I’ve also grown up in the analogue/digital age. I can appreciate the marvel that is a hardcover book and am also learning graphic design. I sometimes write in my notebooks, other times I go straight for the web.
One thing that’s stood the test of time is a good old fashioned interview. Granted, the ones I conducted here were digital, and connections were made via Instagram, but writing out questions and sending them off feels very old timely indeed.
I hope you love this series as much as I do. As the blog evolves I plan to make this page a lot more snazzy, but for now please enjoy the links to the interviews thus far, and look forward to many more to come.