Believe it or not, I have been wanting to write about money and personal finance for ages. It is a little funny that I haven’t written much about it until now, considering how much I have revealed over the years elsewhere. I have written, in other places and sites, about
I was all set to write a little semi-inspirational post about health and fitness as part of my whole inquiry into a beautifully reasonable #goodenough life. I was going to write about how perfectionism is rampant in health, and how true wellness is about listening to and honoring your body’s
A lot of people lean on makeup and grooming to give themselves a boost of self-zest. (I just made that term up, but I like it.) Me, I am not as adept at beauty and grooming as I am at clothes, at least in terms of my happiness and confidence
Now that I’ve nailed down the theory of my #goodenough style steez as part of my inadvertent good life project, it’s time to make it happen — which, actually, is a more daunting prospect. I’m probably at the most challenging junction of my fashion biography, when I have no time,
I was decluttering and KonMari-ing my home office recently when I came across a blank book I thought I had lost ages ago. It was a scrapbook full of clippings and images from magazines of clothes and style that caught my eye. (Yes, people used to keep scrapbooks before Pinterest!
I’ve been thinking a lot since I wrote about my personal ‘something more syndrome‘ and my efforts to fight off feeling overwhelmed. More importantly, I’ve been taking a few steps: being rigorous about keeping my to-do list pared down and realistic, communicating my personal boundaries and keeping more “white space”