How do you go about practicing your creative endeavor without breaking the bank and spilling clutter into every corner of your house?
I knew it was a risk. All early adoption is. I just didn’t expect it to blow up quite as fast as it did.
We fall prey to advertisements promising fabulous lives, so we head to the mall. But there’s nothing fabulous or interesting about hanging out at the mall. It’s mundane.
I’ve slowed down in some areas to allow myself the opportunity to do more in others that are more important to me.
Learn from my mistakes, and you can have a capsule wardrobe (maternity or otherwise) that fulfills its promise of cutting down on decision-making, leaving you looking and feeling good, and giving you more time and brain energy to do the things you love to do.
We are simplifying to buy ourselves time, save money and make more room for our creative endeavors.
Basically, Occam was advocating simplicity, and while his idea is mainly applied to scientific explanations — simpler theories are more testable — it's relevant to everyday life.
On non-work days, I love my clothes; getting ready is easy; and it’s all puppies and rainbows in my closet. Getting ready for work is another story.
You could be losing valuable time to things that don’t really matter. Here are three time sucks to recognize and limit whenever possible, so you can make the most out of your life
I’m here for those of us who are location-dependent because our exes won’t let us move the kids or we live where our lifesaving support network is, or both. And for us, renting sucks.
I took the plunge in a way that suits me right now, loosely following the rules, and with the hope that someday, I'll be able to do a big-girl capsule wardrobe.