How to do a Wardrobe Weeding

Of all the outfits you wore last week, which one made you feel most confident and why?  If you followed my closet audit advice and picked out your favorite clothing items, did you notice any common traits between them? The color, pattern, fabric–what makes you feel good in what you wear? Is it the high-fashion statement pieces? Or … Continue reading How to do a Wardrobe Weeding

Transitioning Your Wardrobe for the New Season

For those of us in New England, it’s time to transition the wardrobe. Although we are still having some fair weather, the light summer clothing is just not going to do it much longer. As Autumn sets in and you pull out last year’s warmer wardrobe, do you find yourself excited to wear those items … Continue reading Transitioning Your Wardrobe for the New Season

3 Steps to a Quick De-clutter before Christmas

Over the next few weeks we will all be changing our home decor from it’s Thanksgiving theme to all things merry and bright, but what about our closets? I used to decorate my house for Christmas each year by simply adding a few festive pieces here and there. This year I am in a new … Continue reading 3 Steps to a Quick De-clutter before Christmas

3 Secrets to Avoiding Clothing Moths

Some say the secret to storing your fine sweaters is to put them in a cedar closet or use cedar wood aromatic oils or the dreaded mothballs, the Bible says to: Store your treasures in heaven, where moths and rust cannot destroy, and thieves do not break in and steal. -Mathew 6:20  Is the Bible … Continue reading 3 Secrets to Avoiding Clothing Moths

2 Wise Ways to Shop on a Budget

There are two well-known nuggets of wisdom that will help anyone stay on a budget when grocery shopping. They are also brilliant policies for anyone shopping for clothing: 1. Don’t shop hungry An empty belly makes the mind less focused. It is human nature to kick into survival mode when in any physical need. If you are … Continue reading 2 Wise Ways to Shop on a Budget

What’s “In Style” for the New Year?

My only resolution this year is to blog more about what to wear (#What2Wear). While my greatest passion is helping women to understand their heart and find their confidence, I also feel it is very important to represent your heart accurately with your image so that other people can put their confidence in you. There’s … Continue reading What’s “In Style” for the New Year?

Do you Feel Like an Ugly Duckling?

The primary factor in determining your Personal Image Identity (Img.ID) is your physical appearance. Just as a rose by any other name is still a rose, so are you the style of beauty that your physical attributes indicate that you are. Anyone could say that a rose is just a flower, or they could call … Continue reading Do you Feel Like an Ugly Duckling?

Take this LifeSTYLE Quiz

You are invited to a formal event. How does your heart respond? Some women (and men) enjoy dressing up and socializing. Others feel quite the opposite. The way you respond to certain lifestyle choices has a lot to say about which style of beauty (or attractive) you are. While your physical attributes are the major … Continue reading Take this LifeSTYLE Quiz

The Overlooked Solution for Acne

When acne blows up, does you confidence deflate? Google is betting on it, which is why ads for suicide prevention are often linked to your search on this common skin condition. Acne affects about 50 million Americans a year. Obnoxious blemishes have a way of rearing their ugly head at crucial times in life–not only in adolescence! … Continue reading The Overlooked Solution for Acne