What’s your “Isolation Diary” look like? Have you fallen into a rhythm. We have. And it’s a rhythm that I find very comforting.
Yep. Here we all are, my friends, stuck at home, spring outfits languishing unworn in our closets. And longing for the company of someone other than our spouses or partners or children… much as we love them. Or maybe we’re …
There’s nothing like a little gentle reading to help us cope with all this pandemic stuff. Gentle reading and cheese scones. Works for me.
You know it’s hard to maintain my love of fashion in this time of social distancing, and isolation. But I am doing my best.
In these days of social distancing, we’re talking a lot about food at our house. Deciding what we want to eat, cooking it, then talking about it afterward.
In these stressful days, a little closet cleaning helps me to get a grip on things. And makes me feel that order can prevail. If only in my spring closet.
I’m reading about libraries this week. A wonderful book about those wonderful places where books live. And reminiscing about my own library memories.
I’ve been doing my spring fashion research. Scoping out the trends, and surveying my closet. Deciding what I will wear, and what I won’t this season.
I’m talking about books today. What I’ve been reading. What’s on my book shelves, and what those shelves say about me.
Wearing spring colours is sparking joy for me this week. Among other things.
I’m thinking about ethics and blogging this week. Whether monetising my blog fits with my fashion philosophy. And my espousing the idea of slow fashion.
My midwinter slow fashion initiative is to shop my closet and wear all my winter clothes before spring. Especially my coats. Especially my old coats.
I’ve always been a cat person. When I met my husband, that fact that he had two cats pleased me no end. Love me, love my cats. No problem.
Inspired by my favourite Youtube channels, I’m playing with jewellery this week. Rummaging through my collection and trying to wear what I own.
This year, because we both have colds, we said “bah humbug” to Valentine’s Day. But such was not always the case, my friends.
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