Good day my dearest pole sisters! The day has finally arrived where Push + Pole has finally (beta) launched!
It’s been a little over 2 months since I officially committed to this #selfemployedoramireallyunemployed? lifestyle and every day I wake more excited to work and bring my ideas to life. I’ve become obsessed with writing my “things to do” in my planner and then checking them off as I get stuff done. It’s crazy how now my time spent daydreaming is would actually be part of my “job” now. There’s still a long way to go and so much more to do but for now I’m proud to say that I have something out there. It started with an idea, a paintbrush, a bedsheet, a point and shoot digital camera and some Photoshop and now I have a brand (or will build one). And I only hope to take my DIY spirit to greater and bigger things for my business!
Right now Push + Pole offers tanks, tees, sweaters and leggings featuring original illustrations.
I will be adding new designs and prints along the way and will only be continually make more cool stuff for us crazy polers/aerialists/upside-down-flying-high junkies. My goal for end of 2016 is to launch a small collection of polewear & fitness apparel. Get excited for those sports bras and booty shorts! Can we ever get enough? Nope.
Halloween is just a few short days away, and things aren’t exactly what they seem. Particularly when it comes to my cat. I’ve noticed him staring at my pole. Lounging with my Pleasers. Eyeing my drawer of pole clothes. I shake my head and tell myself it’s not possible. That everything pole related I’ve noticed lately is purely coincidence. That he’s just a cat, and cats don’t pole dance.
Or do they?
But when the photos came, I couldn’t find a single one that I liked. My costume was too big, and I showed. My stomach looked flabby. My hair was a mess. I didn’t hold some tricks nearly as long enough as I had thought, and those I had held weren’t really aimed at the audience. So, I had a good cry, shut my laptop, and decided to look back at them another day.