Making Peace with your Style

When did the quest to find yourself begin? Did you know who you were as a little girl? Did you discover your true identity in High school? Did your passion, purpose and personality suddenly reveal itself, or was it a progressive unveiling? Who am I? Most of us question our identity throughout our lives. We begin by roleplaying … Continue reading Making Peace with your Style

7 Ways to Save Money on Clothing

Autumn is officially upon us and once again we New Englanders find ourselves pulling out last year’s sweaters and boots and squeezing them into our closet full of summer clothing, which we are not yet ready to put away. (After all, this dreadful weather is going to calm and Sunday will be beautiful again!) Crowded closets … Continue reading 7 Ways to Save Money on Clothing

9 Steps to a Complete Closet Clean Out

Has your clothing closet become a junk room? When you look for an outfit for the day, is it easy? Or is your wardrobe crowded with clutter and chaos cause that cause your daily ritual to become a stressful decision? Let’s be honest, most mornings we do not wear the first outfit we pick. Not … Continue reading 9 Steps to a Complete Closet Clean Out

Do you Keep Clothes that Don’t Fit?

The American culture may consider skinny healthy and beautiful, but that is not always true.  In my experience, “skinny” was better described “sickly” or “drawn.” My struggle with weight was always in keeping it. After reaching forty,  however, it became easy to  keep meat on my bones, but, even then, weight-loss wasn’t a challenge. When my clothes got too … Continue reading Do you Keep Clothes that Don’t Fit?

4 Criteria for Keeping your Clothes

“I’ve got nothing to wear!” his wife whined while she starred down the full racks of clothes in her closet. “Where what you have on… or one of the many you just tried on that are laying on that chair.” Is there a woman in this world who has not faced this dilemma? We may … Continue reading 4 Criteria for Keeping your Clothes

Is your Clothes Closet like your Kitchen?

It’s part of every woman’s innate nature to desire beauty. Creating beauty, on the other hand, is not necessarily every woman’s forte. Every woman likes eating, too, but not all of us like to cook! Personally, I could go either way on when it comes to cooking. I like creating a meal for my family … Continue reading Is your Clothes Closet like your Kitchen?

7 Steps to Branding your Image like Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg has the twitter world in an uproar over his difficult decision of What2Wear. Tens of thousands of people are commenting on this internet entrepreneur’s approach to fashion. Some called him creepy, obnoxious, arrogant, weird…. some even question whether he might be a psychopath! All because he has branded his image with extreme simplicity. … Continue reading 7 Steps to Branding your Image like Mark Zuckerberg

Never Shop for Clothes Naked or Needy

5 Steps to Prevent Impulsive Shopping It is never wise to grocery shop when you are hungry because your cravings can get the best of your budget. Your family may love all the junk food you bring home but, after the sugar high drops, they’ll be disappointed when you cannot put together a complete meal … Continue reading Never Shop for Clothes Naked or Needy

 Worried about What to Wear?

People change. We change our size, weight, careers and opinions all the time. Why, then, is it so difficult to change our wardrobe? We don’t mind adding to  what we have but we are not nearly as eager to get rid of anything extra. We complain that we do not have all that we need but … Continue reading  Worried about What to Wear?

Preparing for your Closet Audit

If you are a business owner, you know how vital an audit is to your success. It’s important to assess the finances, inventory and/or policies that a company holds in order to avoid tragic mistakes.  I help my husband with his company’s insurance audits twice a year; it used to scare me to death because … Continue reading Preparing for your Closet Audit

What’s in Your Closet?

Statistics show that 80% of a woman’s wardrobe is either uncomfortable, torn, stained, outdated, or impractical for her every day lifestyle. If this is your reality, I bet you are like most of us who stand before our crowded closets and say, “I have nothing to wear!” Men might think we are crazy and ungrateful, … Continue reading What’s in Your Closet?