Gloomthzine Goals for 2015

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It’s the new year and I am sure you are sick of hearing people list their resolutions. The thing that irks me about resolutions is that they all seem to come from a place of “I hate this about myself” or “I’m not ___ enough”, no wonder people falter with their goals when they start with such negativity. Every year Gloomth has a lot of goals and aims for every year, and we work hard to move towards those and achieve them. Last year we wanted to shoot twice per month, for example and we managed to do way more than that! 🙂

This year I want to make the Gloomthzine actually interesting and reflect more of the team that makes Gloomth what it is. So we’ll have more content and interviews from our awesome Gloomth Girl models, researched articles, and personal content from me. We’ve already got so much lined up for this, it’s going to be a lot of fun.

Is there anything in particular you’d like to read about here??? More DIY tutorials? More from our models? Outfit photos? Coordinate ideas? 🙂 Comment below if you’ve got something in mind you’d love to see us cover here.

Thank you!


About gloomth

Gloomth is a love letter to the misfits of the misfits. Our blog covers strange lifestyle inspiration, diy ideas, our clothing label photoshoots, and more. Written by Gloomth designer Taeden Hall.
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4 Responses to Gloomthzine Goals for 2015

  1. anarchyalice says:

    More DIY tutorials please! Thrift find posts would also be great 🙂

  2. Silverlight says:

    All of what you said sounds great! I look forward to reading the coming issues of the Gloomthzine.
    I agree about making resolutions – making them from a place of intention and positivity, rather than an ‘I need to change this because it’s/I’m not good enough as I am’ mindset, is so much more powerful and peaceful – and effective!

    • gloomth says:

      Thanks! 😀

      I wonder sometimes if people would feel better about change and changing themselves if it wasn’t always pushed at them through avenues of self hatred or guilt. Such a creepy thing the media, sometimes.

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