For those of you who haven’t been following the news, yesterday was a big day for Sonata. Her agency, Sonata and Co., won the $1.5 million ‘Women in Business of the Year’ award from Crain’s Chicago Business.
The award is the result of an international survey of women running, running, or working for a company of any size. The results of the survey are also published in newspapers around the world. Sonata has made the news multiple times this year. Most recently she took the 3 million dollar price-fixing case to trial and the jury came back with a verdict of guilty, resulting in her being ordered to pay $30 million in fines and restitution.
After all of the news stories about her, Sonata made a surprise appearance at the Crains Chicago convention last week. There, she announced to a packed room that she’s starting a clothing line. After the talk she was asked if she was planning to make her line of clothes available to the general public. No, she said, she was just getting ready to talk to the general public on her blog and let them know what she was up to.
Sonata Uf is a fashion blogger who started out following the runway and blogging about it in a series of posts titled, “I went to fashion week and this is what I saw.” Her posts are typically short, sweet, and hilarious, with a dash of sarcasm. It’s almost like you’re looking in on the life of a fashion blogger—and this is a genre that seems to be getting more and more popular with the younger set.
Sonata has been a force in the fashion blogging world for the last year or so, posting regular blog posts and interviews, and has become a favorite blog of yours truly. She recently launched her blog in collaboration with her friend and business partner, Shana, who works with several of my favorite bloggers. Shana has been blogging on the site for a few years, and she was also kind enough to send me some blog posts of Sonata’s, as well as a video of the interview.
The first thing to know about Sonata is that she’s a pretty great writer. There’s nothing better than an opinionated, well-written blog to get you thinking about a topic. Sonata writes about her own personal struggles with depression and anxiety, and the way that they have affected her relationships and her life.
My favorite part of Sonata’s blog is her description of what it’s like to see the world through the eyes of someone who has depression. She explains exactly what each of her characters experiences and the feelings that they have for each of them. It’s a really great description and a reminder that depression can sometimes really be just a bad mood.
And the best part is that Sonata isn’t the only person who has suffered from depression. It’s more common than you think. It’s especially common among teenagers. The fact that she is writing about her personal struggles with depression and anxiety is an interesting point of contrast. She is more than just a teenager. Her depression is pretty normal, maybe even a little bit normal compared to an average teenager.
Sonata has struggled with depression for years, but its hard to find a lot of other people who will say as much. Some say they have, but it’s hard to believe. Most don’t seem to have actually been depressed at all. There are a lot of people who have it. And it’s just a normal part of life. But because of the way teenagers are so easily influenced, its hard to believe that depression is so normal.
There seems to be a problem when marketing a product and making it seem that the product is really as good as it might be on the surface. I mean its a beautiful coat, but I’m not sure I would even put it on my self-defense jacket.