This week, I’m packing for Portugal. Planning, making lists, trying on outfits, getting ready to pack for a month away from home.
How do smart women dress? However they please. They dress to feel like themselves no matter who they are, or what age they are.
I’m slow to capture that September feeling this year. But I’m being patient with myself. And slowly becoming absorbed in things I love to do.
I may not love my wrinkles, but they are part of me. I don’t want to erase them. Like Vogue did with the cover models on the September issue.
My mum passed away in May, and we said our final goodbyes last week. Goodbye to Dorena from Devon. Aka Doris from Devon.
We visited Barbieland last week. I’m a Barbie girl from way back. But I found myself a bit ambivalent about the movie.
I’ve been afflicted with the summer doldrums lately for any number of reasons. Here’s what I’m doing to stave it off.
Effortless fashion is a myth. No one pulls on any old thing and looks effortlessly chic. Not without lots of trial and error first.
I’m thinking that we all need to stop worrying if we’re acting our age. And just get on with whatever pleases us.
Summertime living has never been easy for me. Since I was a kid, the thought of summertime social swimming situations has caused me angst.
I have never been a lover of linen. Too many wrinkles for this recovering perfectionist. But lately, I have undergone a linen conversion.
There are so many reasons the internet makes me crazy. Some days, anyway. Here are just a couple of reasons.
To make travel enjoyable, everyone needs to know their travel personality. What you like & dislike. What you want to do & what you don’t.
I love outfit formulas. They make getting dressed easier. And lately I’ve been adhering to a white jeans on repeat formula. Every day.
This week Hubby is away & I’ve been enjoying my solitude. And in the wake of my mum’s death thinking of the value of small kindnesses.
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