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.
Letting my hair go white has triggered a change in my signature style. I feel a loosening up of all my old style rules.
I look to my Hubby for lessons in surviving winter. Ski, eat, read, repeat is his mantra. He is an inspiration. And I try hard to keep up.
During a long winter, in the middle of a lock-down, after a year of pandemic, we are so ready for a pub night. Even if it is imaginary.
This week I’m reviving my “Tales from My Travel Journal” series with a lovely extract from a reader’s journal written in India, in 1992.
I’m seeking outfit inspiration today, my friends. Looking for warm layered outfit ideas to wear to our fictional pub party.
I’m writing about my winter reading today, my friends. And writing about not being able to write about my winter reading.
This week, I’m playing around with my clothes. Shopping my closet and trying some new winter layering outfit ideas with blazers and sweaters.
My January vlog is finished, my friends. In January, Hubby and I did some skiing, some walking, and a lot of cooking and eating. Enjoy.
Fashion blogging in winter can be perilous. Especially taking good photos. Especially when one has a history of taking bad photos.
I’m trying to muddle through a never-ending winter in a lockdown during a pandemic by doing just ONE productive thing each day.
What does aging gracefully actually mean? And what does it have to do with the pandemic, and the long weeks and months of lockdown?
I’m writing about COVID angst, being bundled up, and my inauguration outfit today. And amazingly those topics are all related.
I’m styling pieces from my anti-haul haul. And talking about the whole idea of hauls. Just when I was sure so that term was dead and buried.
We’re in for a hard winter this year. Not in the old way. Not because the temperature will drop to -30° C. But in a new way because of COVID.
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