At the start of the New ’10s, I was fumbling around on Tumblr when a new friend of mine added me to their curated Twitter list of fashion bloggers.
I wasn’t a fashion blogger, so I became one, opening what would become 33 avenue Miquelon on March 10, 2010.
From there, I would make the most of my tenure as an independent fashion blogger, the highlight of which would be attending New York Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2011 in early February of 2011.
Yet, I would not continue on this path. At the same time I closed my blog for good in October of 2013, a new highway opened, one where I could focus on one of my oldest passions.
Thus, between then and June of 2015, I wrote about cars for The Truth About Cars. Most of the time was spent keeping the news flowing for the “Best & Brightest” to consume, though I did get to contribute original pieces when the opportunity arose.
That path, too, wound up forking off to a different road for me to travel, this time as the de facto publicist for a small communal (at the time) art gallery in the shadow of the University of Louisville’s Cardinal Stadium.
It was there where I also, for a brief moment, returned to the world I left behind years earlier, becoming the editor-in-chief of a popular online lifestyle publication which lasted three months before it was closed over financial issues.
By the start of 2018, Louisville and I moved on from each other for the second and final time. I was back in my own place for the first time in three years, this time in Virginia’s New River Valley. I also needed more work to keep the roof over my head.
Through a fortuitous Facebook post, plus a handful of emails, I found myself back on the road as a freelance automotive writer for a couple of large publishers. More good fortune found its way to me, including a new driver’s license after 15 years without one.
Over a year since that Facebook post, I’m now in a position to add a blog of my own to my growing portfolio. You’ll eventually find reviews, and diaries of events, happenings, and anything else to come my way.
You ready to go?