I recently finished the book Z, A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald and it was fascinating! If you like historical fiction, this is a great one. Zelda was married to F. Scott Fitzgerald, one of the most influential writers of his time (of Great Gatsby fame). The book chronicles their life, rise to fame and fortune, and eventual fall. It’s a great read and tackles the topics of classic feminism (when women were first starting to work outside the home), mental health and alcoholism. Now I am chomping at the bit to go read The Great Gatsby or Tender is the Night.
I’m still working up the courage to start minimizing the stuff around my house. Meanwhile, this post has me thinking outside the box, literally, with a fantastic way to store the all-too-clunky family games.
I hate wasting food, it seems like such a sad misuse of resources. Bread is one of those things that easily gets wasted because of its short shelf life. Furthermore, most bread from the grocery store comes in plastic bags, sometimes two bags for one loaf! I love this take on utilizing every scrap of bread and omitting the plastic bags.
Last year at this time, I was participating in a Summer 10×10 with my friend Paige (Style This Life), and it’s always interesting to look back and see what I was styling. To my delight, I am still wearing all ten of those items this summer!