Cast Blog: #KELLONEARTH

High Five to the Rev!

A Proposal and a Birthday

Thank You

Fun Times

Toast and Scrambled Eggs

Givenchy and Donuts on D*cks

People Are Not Always What They Seem

I Was Tarday For the Partay

Team Revolution

Don't Be Tardy for the Party (Ohhh Ohhh)

BOYS...BOYS...BOYS and Goodbye Tandrew

Cheerio to London and Kell-O!

Emotions Equal Problems

Skinner, My Love

Jeremy Scott and London Fashion Week's 25th Anniversary

I Wore Lip Gloss

Staffing Headaches

Andrew vs. Tandrew

Kello-O. What You Need to Know.

Company Policy... And London Fashion Week Celebrates 25!

I Mean, Come On!

Viva La Revolution

I'm Going to Put Pajamas On

Block Out the Drama

Soiree at the Soho Grand

Junior Wolf

Message to the Crashers - Don't Mess with the Slayer!

The One Shoulder T-Shirt: A Tutorial

Just Another Day at the Rev

This is War War War

Following Your Dreams

Poison Apple, Poisoned Computer System

A Letter to Abra - The Spaniard That Got Away

Kell-O!

Fashion Industry is a War: Thoughts

High Five to the Rev!

"You need a thick skin to survive in this business and that is what they are all teaching me as I move along in this business."

What en episode! A lot happened tonight -- I hope you loved the Jeremy Scott show as much as I did! As I've mentioned in my first blog, following your dreams is not always what it seems once you are making them into a reality --  there are many bumps along the way as seen in tonight's episode. At the end of the day I'm only human and not a robot, and with the staffing changes and my workload almost tripling, there were not enough hours in my day to get every single thing done. Crying was probably not the best thing to do, but as Kelly says, If You Have to Cry Go Outside, which I was trying to do, but Emily wouldn't let me. Ha. In all honesty, I hit my breaking point, like a crossroad, and in that moment I had to really think about what I was going to do and needed to speak with Kelly. Did I want to give up and walk away...? No. Did I need to figure out a solution in order to get the work done and stay at People's Revolution? Yes. When I went back into the office, Emily and I had a really great moment and sorted out everything that needed to get done because of course she is the color-coded genius and she is here to help me and mentor me as I grow professionally. You need a thick skin to survive in this business and that is what they are all teaching me as I move along in this business. Later that evening we had an event with Ina and it was extremely successful. High Five to the Rev!

Life is full of lessons and I've learned a lot of them at People's Revolution. In the words of Kelly: tonight's episode was not a breakdown for me, it was a breakthrough!

See you next week!