Dressing Like an Adult: Shopping Strategies + Personal Style Development

Here it is. Everything we can think of on how to develop fabulous personal style and then make your wardrobe perfect for you on any budget! BEFORE YOU SHOP Identify your body shape & coloring, AKA what looks great on you After living with yourself for this long, you probably have some idea of what looks … Continue reading Dressing Like an Adult: Shopping Strategies + Personal Style Development

Dressing Like an Adult: the Page I took from the Midcentury Housewife’s Book

I know our generation has been trained to recoil at anything 1950s and domestic, but hear me out. There was some serious genius there. Called the apron. “The apron principle” is how I was finally able to dress like an adult at home. For those of you who have read earlier posts in this series … Continue reading Dressing Like an Adult: the Page I took from the Midcentury Housewife’s Book

Doable and Time-Efficient Workouts from Home

I’ve been a high school track & field state champion, collegiate distance runner, and [currently] exceptionally lazy mom—how’s that for qualified to write this post? Basically I’ve run the entire spectrum of dedication when it comes to working out. I know, we’re already tired of talking about exercise by January 15, but I thought I’d … Continue reading Doable and Time-Efficient Workouts from Home

The Question to Ask Yourself Before and After the Holidays

Before we take a wee break for the holidays, we wanted to share the logic behind our favorite question (arguably three questions), which, conveniently, is especially helpful around said holidays. Interestingly, a reader addressed today’s topic in response to our last post and provided a perfect illustration. Lee started a series on “dressing like an … Continue reading The Question to Ask Yourself Before and After the Holidays

Habit-stacking or How I Fit More Into the Same Number of Hours

I've spent years trying and failing to fit a few more things in my day and establish some specific habits. These goals weren’t anything impressive; for starters, I wanted to read a chapter of scripture each day and do more reading. Mostly I felt overwhelmed at my already full schedule and rebelled (yes, against myself- I do … Continue reading Habit-stacking or How I Fit More Into the Same Number of Hours