Category Archives: Style & Fashion

A clotheshorse I am not

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This week I face the daunting task of sorting through every article of clothing I own and deciding its fate.  Granted, this will not be as painful as it would have been six months ago since I have purged quite a bit, but it’s still not that much fun. Actually, it is and it isn’t.  It’s nice to throw out… Read more »

Nail polish: We have a problem.

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Twenty-seven…that’s how many different colors of nail polish I have.  That doesn’t include the base and top coats… The dumb thing is that I don’t wear nail polish all the time.  I will go weeks or months with bare nails.  The pretty colors draw me in and the funny names that OPI creates are a definite selling point:  Kiss Me… Read more »

You want me to put that where?

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Because I’m totally random, while moving my bedroom furniture from one room to the next,  I thought, “Why do I put my clothes in a specific drawer in my dresser?” As you can see from the below diagram, I have special places for my clothes that don’t hang in the closet: Am I the only one who does this?  I… Read more »

I’m a wedding guest and I need a fabulous dress!

It’s wedding season. Wait, how come weddings have a season? That just seems odd. Why is summertime more apt to be when people get married? Personally, I like the fall better than the summer. The weather is nicer, at least in California, plus I hate the heat. Sweating when I’m just standing around somewhere pisses me off. Sweating in a… Read more »

The Price of Beauty

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I know this is a stupid platitude, but anyone reading this please tell yourself you are beautiful. Beautiful women everywhere hate themselves because something in their brains keeps whispering that they are ugly.  Stop it.  Stop it right now. Yes, I do the same thing to myself.  Mostly, I’ve noticed it’s my hormones going crazy.  When I was younger, I… Read more »