Want to start living more sustainably, but feel overwhelmed? Here are 5 easy steps to be a sustainable consumer – number two is my very favorite, little habits add up to big impacts!
Houses really are a lot more work than apartments (especially this time of year). I often miss having a backyard for my kids and the ‘ease’ of a house, but then reading articles like this remind me that the grass is always a bit greener on the other side of the fence.
When I was flying to Las Vegas last week I poured over LO’s Paris packing list. I’m really tickled by her inspiration board and outfit combos.
Everlane Puffer’s drop tomorrow. They sent me one to review for you guys, I opted for the shorty, since I already have a long puffer. I am hoping to put together a piece on my winter jackets here in the next few weeks, and I’ll include more about the puffer. For now, I’ll tell you, it’s very warm, and I like how it’s also rain resistant (more so than my beloved Patagonia).
Jesse Kamm, the woman behind the popular pants by the same same, gives an interesting interview to Wit & Delight. I’m intrigued by how her favorite pieces are inspired by ‘the everyman’ – I love this because it makes Kamm pants seem like they are for everyone and you can do anything while wearing them. (Just in case you missed it, a few weeks ago they started making the Black and Olive pants in a size 12!) Also, her slow pace of life and business are particularly inspiring.
A Secret to Happy Marriage – guys, we’ve been overthinking it. And no, the secret is not a picnic. There’s one sentence of pure gold in this article, I hope you’ll catch it.
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