Whenever I receive sample sale email reminders in my in-box, my shopping instinct gets a bit tingly and excited I must confess. And the main reason is that top design houses are giving an opportunity to purchase potential investment pieces at shockingly reduced prices. However, during the rest of our shopping adventures, we must make … More When to Splurge, When to Save
Some of the best items in my home at this very moment were discovered at yard sales (a dining table, kitchenette table, unique vases as well as a buffet table). Understandably, my budget is very thankful for the relief, and I felt the thrill of finding a bargain and enjoying the hunt. After all, you … More Why Not Have a Yard Sale?
Women’s rights seems to be the topic of great debate recently as a variety of stories have brought contraception, health care and women’s equality to the forefront of the news. While I will spare you from jumping on my soapbox, I will say, it certainly has revved up my engines as I try to not … More Why Not Revel in Being a Woman?
“Nature gives you the face you have at twenty; it is up to you to merit the face you have at fifty.”–Coco Chanel Taking care of our skin is one of the most indulgent chores a woman must partake in. While it does take more time to be diligent about regular upkeep, this time … More Why Not Have Radiant Skin?
“People who do a job that claims to be creative have to be alone to recharge their batteries. You can’t live 24 hours a day in the spotlight and remain creative. For people like me, solitude is a victory.” ― Karl Lagerfeld Life can be a thrilling adventure full of moments of excitement, … More Time to Recharge
After watching the film Diana last weekend, with Naomi Watts in her pant of choice – slender ankle length – I was hooked. Worn with flats, kitten heels or sky-high numbers, these pants or jeans are something to consider adding to your wardrobe – fall or spring. Find out why below: 1. Nearly Universally Flattering … More Why Not Wear Ankle Length Pants?
Since the recession, McMansions quickly began to be less desirable to potential homeowners. In fact, as a result of the housing crisis, the average square footage of primary residences dropped to 2300 square feet, and while it has slowly crept back up about 100 square feet in the past year, many people are finding the … More Why Not Live in a Smaller Home?
The 100 Year Lifestyle by Dr. Eric Plasker offers simple, yet insightful ideas to alter the duration and quality of our life in more ways than we might have imagined. He reveals through research the effect simple changes of thoughts, habits and physical activity can have on our individual life expectancy regardless of our genetic … More Why Not Live a Healthy Long Life?