Today I’m writing about what we’ve been up to. Or stuff up to which we’ve been. Walking, blogging, reading. Our regular pandemic pastimes.
I have a new black trench coat. And so I am talking about spring trenches today, my friends. Wearable trenches, and other kinds as well.
Spring is here and I’m doing my spring closet switchover this week. Swapping my winter clothes for my spring ones. Such a satisfying activity.
When you’re yearning to travel but are stuck at home what do you do? Read, of course.
In these crazy, chaotic, angry times we all need a little kindness.
I’m taking a week off from blogging, friends. I really need a week to get organized. Get my house in order. Literally and figuratively.
Learning to cope with retirement helped me develop skills to cope with the pandemic. Including perfecting the art of just sitting around.
I love to plan new outfits with pieces I already own. Especially outfits that ensure a fashion investment I’ve made pays big dividends.
We get knocked down, but we can get up again. Hopefully. With lots of love and support. And guts and determination. And a great sense of humour.
Fashion math can be hard. Especially in the spring. Add a layer, subtract another one, get the proportion right. It’s not as easy as it looks.
How would you define a good book? That’s what we’re taking about today. That and the really good book I’ve been reading.
Spring is in the air this week. The river is partially open. And I am digging my spring jackets and coats out of the closet.
My pandemic diary for week 52. Can you believe it’s been almost a full year since we started this social isolation thing?
I don’t know about you, but I am sick of winter. So I’m adding a bit of spring fashion to my winter wardrobe. That’ll cheer me up. Hopefully.
In my February vlog, I’m chatting about my winter skincare routine. And how I deal with my dry, sensitive, aging skin. Triple whammy. Ha.
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