GIVE BACK
Take some time out of your busy holiday schedule to volunteer at a soup kitchen or read books to children at a local hospital. Being around others that are less fortunate will help put your holiday blues into perspective. Continue Reading

As a single woman, you know the scene all too well: you’re sitting at the Thanksgiving table, and your grandmother wants to know when you’ll finally find a nice partner to settle down with. At your annual Christmas Eve party, your mother finds a way to bring up her lack of grandchildren to the group. You’re solo at the office holiday party; you go sans date to your best friend’s cookie exchange. And forget New Year’s Eve- the only thing you’re kissing at midnight is your pillow.
But times have changed, and women don’t need to sit at home and dwell on their lack of partners or put a ring on THAT finger to silence the crowd. Women have careers, buy homes, maintain apartments, and some are happy being alone. Check out these ways to make sure you don’t let the holiday blues – or Grandma – get you down this season. Continue Reading

My dearest,

while I was focusing on yet a different look and fashion post respectively, life was happening. My life, as well as life around me. So I found myself in the position of starting with a dignified letter addressed to a person that I still hold dear and at the same time I hope that this will serve as support to all those out there who are overcoming a recent past. Fashion and life are all too entwined as to be able to always draw the clear line between the two. So, bear with me through the sentimental part, and I hope you enjoy the fashion part of the post. XOXO Continue Reading