I sift through my lingerie drawer approximately once a year and toss anything that’s worn out, doesn’t fit correctly, or just isn’t loved anymore. I’m just about to embark on that annual project and loved reading this post about budgeting in order to spend money on one of life’s indulgent, little luxuries: good lingerie. (And, speaking of lingerie, if you know of any great bra brands, please share. Victoria’s Secret seems to discontinue my favorites each year and I’m back to square one with shopping.)
As much as I love Harper’s Bazaar, I can’t stand the “Fabulous at Any Age” feature. I’m delighted to know that my fashion icon Iris Apfel agrees that dressing for your age is “stupid.”
When you’re tasked with shopping on a limited budget, you’re forced to carefully consider any purchase. However, shopping regrets still occur.
Spend the last weekend of summer poolside sipping frosé.
Sales are slipping at many women’s stores and it may come down to one thing: poorly made clothing.
I’m all about three-day weekends and I’ve always been convinced that I go back to work more refreshed and motivated to tackle just as much work over the following four days as I’d get done in five. It seems that science agrees. Now, who do we petition to make it a thing?