You know how when you don’t have anything else to talk about with someone you start talking about the weather? Well…at the moment of writing this its 4 a.m. and I’m realizing just how impactful the weather is on us.I promise to not make this post boring! Originally being from Texas, I’m used to bipolar weather..sunny one day, raining the next, and when the rain clears away a rainbow is peaking out to your left and the sun to your right. Around christmas time, it’s freezing to the point where you really start reevaluating what is truly worth you stepping out of the front door for. Hmm, groceries? Suddenly you can go another day eating the same thing, or creativity has struck you and you’ve out of no where become a runner up for master chef. Being in LA however is completely different, it is 60 degrees outside and suddenly everyone starts taking out their gloves, scarves, and beanies. There is no seasons, and therefore a lot of major known style facts do not apply. Let me explain, most girls during “winter” go darker in hair, lighter in skin…in summer they will usually go darker in skin, lighter in hair. So LA is one of those neutral cities where anything goes, you see blondes getting tans all year round. As far as outfits go, you’re always safe as long as you have a jacket handy because if the sun decides to hide at the change of a second you’ll be nipping cold! Don’t forget just how impactful the weather is on people’s ability to drive…slight rain? You better have an extra seatbelt ready, sorry not sorry. (I’ve lived in North Carolina, LA hasn’t seen strong rain) Lastly, its weird how people let the weather affect their mood. Sure the sun might inspire a spontaneous trip to the ocean, rain to sleep, and thunder to cuddle..oh no, just me? ok awkward, but don’t judge a day by the weather. It is important to remember that it is only in the darkest nights that the stars shine the brightest and its only after a huge storm when you can find a rainbow! So always kick butt and dare to do something exciting, regardless of what the weather is predicting. You create your day, not the other way around.