I think it’s fair to say I was pretty much a fashion kid.
It was pretty early in my life, in my teens and twenties, that I started to feel that I was not quite there yet.
I had always wanted to become a designer, I just didn’t know what that would entail at the time.
As a kid I had no idea how to go about it.
It’s still kind of hard to get that job, but I know now it’s something I’m going to have to do.
But the more I think about it, I can see that it’s not just about me.
There are other designers who are struggling to get their foot in the door as well.
For me, the most important thing was that I wanted it.
I didn’t want to be doing it because I was lazy or because I had a bad attitude.
I wanted something I would want to do and I was really excited about that.
I don’t know how it was that the same person who was really good at design and really good in terms of the craft of the project also wanted to do interior design and interior design.
And it was such a different type of thing.
There was an element of me that was kind of like, Oh, I’m the guy.
I’m so good at this, I really can do it.
And then there was this other part of me, which is like, I need to do this to feel like I’m doing something good.
And that part of the process was so different than the other part.
So when I look back, I think that was probably a pretty good transition.
But it’s really hard to say, in the long run, what you did was the right thing, because you didn’t really understand the whole process.
And if I had to pick a single thing to be proud of in my career, it would be that I made it through that phase, and I’m grateful for it.
So yes, I did have some moments of not being happy about my decision, but there was a lot of hard work.
And you can be proud that you did it.