Tracy went from a downtown office to a home office, and now she wants to toss out her tailored suits and high heels.
Covid-19 has reinforced Claire’s philosophies as a consumer. One of her long-standing approaches to what she buys, whether clothing, household items or even food, is to choose quality over quantity.
It all began 4 months ago when the Coronavirus rained down on us. I opened up a virtual coffee shop online. I thought it would be a temporary solution.
Do you wear dresses? My gut instinct is telling me not right now because you’re working from home and you’re not going out.
Have you ever lost something, or been locked out, and someone had to come and rescue you? Well, here’s my Adventures in Babysitting adventure.
Anna’s grandmother instilled in her a love of dresses. To this day Anna still prefers dresses to pants. So, who better to name my latest sheath dress after.
This Canada Day is definitely not like the Canada 150 celebration 3 years ago. Many things have changed on a global level like the Coronavirus pandemic. And, many things have changed on a personal level.
Disrupter is a term typically used in the business world. It’s defined as: to break apart, to radically change a business or industry. To cause disorder and turmoil. I was thinking how we also have disrupters in society.
Is finding your purpose less pressure than finding your passion? Hmmm, I’m not so sure. It might just be semantics.
I don’t usually post today but this blog post tumbled out of me over the weekend. You may not like or agree with it and that’s okay. It makes me uncomfortable to post and that’s why I’m doing it.