Other people’s children. They’re not yours and they’re not mine, but they are dying. Are our biological kids the only ones we are responsible for? What about the children that have nothing left? These words are powerful, and prepare to be moved. A friend of mine wrote this post and it just broke my heart. Please, let it break yours too. We can’t just look the other way. Pray. Give. Love.
Nisolo Co-Founder and CEO has some powerful things to say in a Ted Talk he gave recently – “If you care about the cost per wear, value and the quality of your products, if you care about the environment, if you care about climate change, if you care about poverty-alleviation, if you care about women’s empowerment or any of the other issues I’ve brushed on today, I encourage you to look no further than the clothes you’re putting on each morning and the purchases you’re making each season. … Lets begin to work together to return fashion to what it once was – about people, about art, and valuing the producer and the planet just as much as we value ourselves as the end consumer.” What a great perspective. Worth the listen if you have a few minutes.
Are you a maximalist or a minimalist in your parenting style? And we’re not talking about toys. Find out why less can be so much more when it comes to how you interact with your children.
“Sorry, nobody wants your parents stuff.” I have experienced this exact phenomena over the last few years with the passing of my grandparents. I initially accepted my grandmother’s china when it needed a home. Because I felt like I should. But that ultimately became a burden and I donated it all. Turns out this is the new norm.
I am 100% growing out my eyebrows right now, awkward looks and all.
My local friends! (And I know there are quite a few of you…) The one and only Cuyana is finally having a pop-up in our very own city!! They’ll be at Spartan Shop (1210 SE Grand) April 14-16. Don’t forget to RSVP!
I may not be doing a spring 10×10 this go-around, but I had a blast doing one last year at this time. It’s fun to look at what I’m wearing a year later and see how many of the pieces I’m still wearing! (Hint: almost all of them!)