Author: Graceful Rags

It’s About Time to End Procrastination

winter outfit Boise fashion blogger

I’m currently sitting on the lofted bed in my dorm room, PJs on, hair all over the place, one eye basically still closed with sleep. Technically, this blog post was supposed to go live at 6 AM. And yet here I am at 7:50, having just woken up and not even started writing yet—that, my friends, is called procrastination. I’m sure you’ve all heard of it; maybe some of you are quite cozy with it. I think you can tell where I stand. In fact, my dad has started calling it pro-grace-tination when it refers to me. Fitting. Continue reading “It’s About Time to End Procrastination”

Trend Tester Series: Tuxedo Stripe Jeans

trendy denim stripe jeans

I’m back at it today with my first day back at college as well as the third and final installment of my Trend Tester Series. If you’ve missed it, I’ve been using this series as an excuse to pick a popular trend and test it out for y’all so you don’t have to. Then after styling the item a few times, I “grade” it based on affordability, style, utility, and lasting impression. Today’s topic is tuxedo stripe jeans (for lack of a better name). You know, that kind of denim with the single stripe down the side? Yah, that one. Continue reading “Trend Tester Series: Tuxedo Stripe Jeans”

3 New Approaches to Resolutions and The New Year

alternatives to new year's resolutions

Welcome to 2k19, baby! As you’ve probably noticed, resolutions seem to be the hot topic on everyone’s mind, both on the web and in the flesh. No surprise there—the start of January often reverberates this “buzz” around new promises to ourselves, and gyms everywhere go from tumbleweed-rolling-across-the-hall empty to every parking spot taken overnight. I, like many, usually spend this time of year reflecting on how I want to positively change myself in the coming 12 months. But unfortunately, I usually forget about all my goals and resolutions by March (if I’m lucky to make it that far) and end up feeling dissatisfied and disappointed in myself come December. Sound familiar? Continue reading “3 New Approaches to Resolutions and The New Year”