YOU GUYS! I’m crazy excited to announce a thing! A THING, ladies and gentlemen, that I have been working on with some friends. Some of you may know that I’m a theater person. I love acting and drama, and sometimes when you’re an adult and you don’t have time to be in an actual theatrical presentation, you find yourself doing extra fun stuff on the side that makes your heart incredibly happy. And so may I present…Continue reading “Announcement: The Clergymen”
It’s been a month now, which was my original goal, and that has given me a chance to decide if Project 333 or capsule wardrobes are something I want to continue or not. If you didn’t already know, last month I chose 33 items out of my closet, and participated in the Project 333 challenge. I had to live with just those 33 items for a month. Check out more in my original post here. At the start of this project I was really optimistic about my newfound clothing choices. But now my month is up, and I’m ready to go back to my normal sized closet.Continue reading “Reflections on Project 333”
I’ve always had a problem with clothes. Over-stuffed closets and too much laundry. I love clothes and fun outfits, but I’m not very good at keeping everything organized. I already circulate my closet every six months between Spring and Autumn. Even with cycling clothes in and out of my closet I still end up with too much stuff. Yet I still feel overwhelmed when choosing something to wear, and suck at keeping my floor free of dirty laundry.
And so, Project 333 – Reinhard Edition.Continue reading “Project 333”
Here I am, back again with some more of my finds and favorites for this month. With fall (ever so slowly) creeping in, I’ve been thinking a lot about cold weather, and wishing it would arrive in the south sometime soon. As per usual, I don’t like recommending overpriced items to my readers. If it’s not something I can afford to buy, why would I expect you to? Continue reading “September Finds & Faves”
I decided for the week of Thanksgiving that I would keep a Gratitude Journal and jot down a couple things each day that I was grateful for. There has been a bit of research done on keeping a Gratitude Journal, and those who kept a journal were found to sleep better, have a clearer headspace, and were happier overall. Continue reading “Gratitude Journal”