I’m Kirsten and welcome to my little corner of the internet. I’m a part-time blogger and full-time accounting graduate student. Sounds fun, right?
As I’m sure you can gather from the front page of my blog, I truly love three things in life: fashion, traveling, and eating. If you’re here, I’m sure you love a few of those things too. I started this blog as a creative outlet – somewhere I could escape to when the accounting numbers just became too much.
I thought about rebranding this blog for a long time but finally settled on this: I am the Wandering Brunette. I’ve lived my short 22 years in several different cities (Sacramento, Reno, Redlands, and Los Angeles to name just a few) and had the privilege of being able to see a few far corners of the world. Traveling is something that really speaks to me and has shaped my personality, so it’s only fitting that it remains the name of my blog.
I love connecting with other creatives, so please don’t hesistate to reach out!
About the Blog
The Wandering Brunette came about after hours of rebranding my former hobby blog with a title that I don’t care to reminisce on. I started this blog in the summer of 2015, right before I stepped on a plane that left the country for 6 months. The name came naturally, not even from the idea that I spend all of my spare time traveling; the name stemmed from the fact that I can’t seem to put roots down in one place. However, I can’t spend all of my time pursuing my passion of travel, so that’s where my other hobbies come in: food and fashion.
So what is my ultimate goal with this blog?
I seek to provide young women with a unlimited source of inspiration to encourage them to chase their passions and follow their dreams.
Shortened, I like to emphasize that I am proving inspiration for “an affordable lifestyle for the modern woman on the move.” I strive to produce the best content and content that my peers can take inspiration from. Nothing I cook is too difficult for those with limited kitchen experience, no outfits I put together are outrageously expensive for the average college budget, and most of the trips I take are weekend trips from my part-time job budget.
If I encourage just one of you to try a recipe, put together a killer outfit for a job interview, or plan your next vacation, I’ve done my job.
So, sit back, relax, and crack open that bottle of wine because I’m doing the same. I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I’ve enjoyed taking the pictures and writing it.