I don’t like the term “resolution.” It’s too broad, too vague, and too intimidating. I mean, does anyone really keep up with a resolution past February? I do, however, like goals, especially if they are specific and trackable. After I spent some time reflecting on what worked for me in 2016 and what didn’t, I … More 2017 Goals: new habits to make, old habits to break
One of my favorite things about my capsule wardrobe is the number of outfits I can create with just a few pieces. I thought I’d show you some examples using a “mini capsule,” three tops, three bottoms, and two completers (along with shoes and accessories). This was a fun challenge for me, and I ended … More Capsule Wardrobe: Part 3 – Mix and match outfits
As I said in part one of my capsule wardrobe post, I made my first capsule for winter 2016 using the clothes I already had in my closet. I didn’t love everything in it, but it was good practice and helped me realize how few clothing pieces I really needed to feel like I had … More Capsule Wardrobe: Part 2 – My Fall 2016 Wardrobe
Disclaimer: I am not a fashionista or a model. I’m just a regular-sized, thirty-something mama of two girls. It’s way out of my comfort zone to offer fashion advice, so please don’t think I’m trying to tell you what all hip mamas wear. I just want to share my story of how I am moving … More Capsule Wardrobe: Part 1 – My story
I’ve noticed that since Charlotte was born my fashion sense has undergone an interesting transformation. I was never very concerned with wearing the latest trends, fashions, or designer labels (hello, teacher’s salary) but I did try to pull together a cute ensemble every day, and enjoyed the rush brought on by finding a new top … More Mommy lesson # 37: Jeggings are the perfect addition to baby’s waredrobe. For mama? Pajama Jeans.