Working Girl

My mother celebrated the news of my recent employment most, between the both of us, and proudly dubs me her “working girl” now–Forgetting the fact that I’ve been running my own freelance business for a while now.. nothing but an office job counts as work, of course.

For those of you who don’t know–yay, I got a job!

Like mother, like daughter, we were both thrown into the charity sector and found it’s a really great environment to thrive in. Now that I’m working for MS Australia as a digital fundraising coordinator, I really see what all the hype is about. It’s nice working in a truly rewarding environment like this one, fuelled by cheery dispositions and a cause to follow. I’ve only been at work for three days but I’m enjoying it immensely–enough work to prevent me from being bored, enough variety in my work so I can learn new things every day, no underlying office politics or gossiping (was it gossip-y of me to make note of that?), and parking right outside the building (which came in super handy yesterday when Brisbane was overrun by a torrential storm–I only got a little bit drenched when I ran to my car). It’s a working girl’s dream come true!

So with the new job and all, that means there’s good news and bad news for this blog.

The bad news is that a 9-5 job means less opportunity for blogging. Although to be frank and fair, my time-management skills with this blog haven’t been the greatest so far anyways.

The good news is that I’ve taken a radical DIY shift and will be posting up more sewing tips and easy tutorials than ever before as I build myself a bespoke wardrobe, including a DIY project coming up very soon! Won’t that be fun?

(Of course the even better news is that I can keep my current photographer, so you’re going to be seeing more of these lovely shots in my upcoming posts.)

Now a bit about my outfit–I bought this Dolina Petites cobalt pencil skirt ages ago from my local Salvation Army superstore for about $6 and it’s one of the better pencil skirts I own. Unfortunately, with the unprecedented weight loss that followed The Break-Up, it’s slightly too loose around my waist–nothing a belt can’t fix though, right?

The rare cobalt-toned occasions also mean that I get to bust out my Lovisa bee ring–you know I’m a sucker for perfectly coordinated outfits. I pronounce myself Mayor of Matchy-Matchy Town and I don’t care!

What I wore:

  • Touch by Alyssa Milano 102 Black Pink Glasses – c/o Clearly
  • Studded White Sleeveless Blouse – Target, c/o Mission Australia
  • Five Crosses Belt – Colette, $6
  • Gold Mesh Lorus Watch – Graduation gift (buy here)
  • Cobalt, Black & Gold Bee Ring – Lovisa, $3.33
  • Dolina Petite’s Woven Cobalt Pencil Skirt – Salvation Army, $6
  • Black Kidskin Leather Heels – Mascotte, $40

Total: $55.33

Anyways, that’s all for today–Thank-you to everyone who wished me luck with my job-hunting prospects (it clearly paid off) and see you soon!

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Comments

  1. Kirsten says:

    YAY! Congratulations again you kool kat. A+ outfit also. THAT STORM WAS SCARY. I was driving in it and I had to pull over in my LEAKY CAR cause I couldn’t see a dang thing. Better that than dying, I suppose. ANYWAY I LIKE U.

    • Demi says:

      I DON’T LIKE YOU. I LOOOOOVE YOU, LADY.

      The storm was ridiculous, I passed like three dead traffic lights on the way back home, I kept thinking I was gonna run into someone.. Glad we both survived to love another day.

  2. Elle Vee says:

    Oh congrats that’s great news, even better that you are enjoying it :)

  3. Congratz on your job at MS! Are you doing the gift wrapping up there too? We’re just scheduling NSW/VIC down here.

    • Demi says:

      You work at MS too? Awesome. I’m not sure what we’re doing for Christmas but I’m currently working on the Swimathons! :)

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