I’m loving these weeks of crisp, sunny fall days. Great for wearing blazers as outwear. I call it the brief and wonderful fall blazer window.
As a kid I longed to be a girl detective. Solving mysteries with my loyal side-kick. Asking questions. Following up clues. Being smart.
After years of searching for that one perfect pair of jeans, I have given up. I am embracing the concept of the “jeans wardrobe.”
I need to get my act together, to get organized for fall. So I can get done what I must do, and still find time to to do what I want to do.
It’s Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada. What does Thanksgiving mean to you? Turkey, down sleeping bags, travel, chip wagon fries?
Some weeks it seems this crazy mixed up world of ours is going to the dogs. And I despair. So I decide to buy a cabin in the woods. Far away.
Fall camping is the best camping. Crisp nights, long walks, fall colour, and great campfires. No bugs. And few people. What could be better?
Hubby and I are still camping. I’m writing this on Monday and we are currently hunkering down out of the rain. I was thinking of a comment on my last post about living in the wilderness, and since I have …
I am enjoying my very small fall haul this week, my friends. Styling a new Everlane sweater, and musing about “hauls” in general.
One of the best things about fall is the new books. So I’m compiling my fall reading wish list of books I hope will entertain and inspire me.
Once my seasonal closet is organized I always do a good closet rummage. To see if I can translate my outfit dreams into reality. Or not.
This sounds hopelessly shallow, but sometimes fashion is the best medicine for me. A cure for worried sleepless nights and difficult days.
I awoke the other day, and just like that, it was fall. It’s taken me somewhat unawares. So I’m planning some emergency transitional outfits.
It’s the first day of school today. And I’m feeling all the familiar September feelings. With a bit of nostalgia thrown in.
We’re back home from our trip to New Brunswick. We were happy to go and we’re happy to be back. Hope you enjoy the vlog I made of our trip.
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