Happy 2017! Can you believe it? Whether 2016 was an amazing or appalling year for you, it was definitely one of complexity and chaos. Good, bad, or ugly; I am happy it is over and am holding out hope for a great year for all of us. I’m not really big on New Year’s Resolutions.… Continue reading So This is The New Year
This post may be the most difficult one I’ve written, which therefore makes it the most important. You may have noticed that my blog has been extremely quiet this autumn. On the surface, I chalked it up to being busy and general life things, but that is dishonest and I have promised to always be… Continue reading The Poised Girl’s Guide To Mental Health
It’s been a wild and crazy few weeks planning this post. As many of you know, the American Presidential election happened last month and the results were…unexpected. A lot of people from many countries are sad and scared and angry. So am I. But we can get through this with poise and grace. Here’s how. … Continue reading The Poised Girl’s Guide to Politics
One of my favourite Gilmore Girls episodes is when Rory decides what university she will be attending. We see Rory struggling with what she’s always planned to do; what she’s always wanted to do with what she thinks she might want now. I think we all know this struggle. You’ve spent your whole life dreaming… Continue reading Rory’s Going to Yale!
First, a note: this week’s self-care adventure actually came on Saturday, as Sunday was super busy and included being my BFF’s date to a garden wedding. Clearly I will report my thoughts on the wedding via Twitter. Thanks to Sephora’s stellar beauty insider program, I had the opportunity to try Fresh’s Rose Face Mask. It’s a gel… Continue reading Self-Care Sunday
Can you believe that summer is unofficially over? I’m not sure that I can. Yet here we are, after Labor Day in the United States and facing Autumnal weather and with it, new fashion rules. Unless, like me, you happen to live in a part of the country that doesn’t do Autumn until mid-October. So… Continue reading Fall-ing Slowly
When I was growing up, it seemed that every woman in the world was divided into one of two categories: the Pretty Girls and the Smart Girls. There were a few special people who transcended the boundary (Jackie Kennedy Onassis, for instance) but for the most part, you were either pretty or smart. I was… Continue reading Pretty or Smart?