Sometimes it’s just easier when someone tells you what to do. I’m not talking about someone who tells you to go jump off a bridge or to go rob a bank, I’m talking about what to wear. This is why uniforms can be brilliant. It’s one less decision. If, like me, your brain feels like it’sContinue reading “Weekday Wardrobe”
I want to bring to light a very serious topic…sweater abuse. There are thousands, even millions, that get abused every day. They end up suffering from holes, a rash of fuzz and severe dents in their shoulders. Sadly, most of these sweaters end up being left alone for months, suffering, until they are discarded into aContinue reading “Sweater Savior”
I think in a past life I was a turtle. I don’t like too move to fast, and I love the idea of going inside my shell to take a nap, shut out danger, or just because I’ve had enough. When asked what kind of animal they’d like to be most people usually reply withContinue reading “Running Away From Social Saturation”
Have you ever been out at night, maybe in a car or walking your dog, and looked at the houses you are passing? Have you ever stared a little bit longer into the homes where the light is on and you can see inside the windows? I’m not talking about climbing into a tree and watching aContinue reading “Closet Stalker”
Tomorrow is one of my favorite days because it is the annual Girls Shopping Day in Kennett Square, PA. You can get everything you need for fall, literally from head to toe at Ashely Austin, Chantilly Blue, Houpette and No.109. Oh and want some help from a personal shopper and stylist? Come find me! I’llContinue reading “Your Closet Called…it asked for Fall!”
Have you ever made a decision you were 100% positive about? One that you knew without hesitation was the correct choice? I’m not talking about choosing not to rob a bank over robbing a bank, or choosing the fastest checkout lane at the grocery store. I’m talking about something that was hard, something that wasContinue reading “A Midsummer Night’s Bad Dream”
Michelle is lovely, funny and complex. She has a lovely voice that sounds like a delicate whisper. She worries about the size of her arms in a sleeveless top and the size number on the tag of her clothes. She frets over finding the right makeup and how long it can take to grow outContinue reading “A Different Type of Client”
an open conversation about medication.