Category: Casual

What to Wear When You “Just Can’t”

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We all have those days where we don’t want to get dressed… Whether you’re feeling sick, it’s your time of the month, or it’s just any old Monday, finding the motivation to get out of bed and put effort into an outfit can be tough work. To use the vernacular of “kids these days,” sometimes you “just can’t.” On this chilly winter Monday, while I’m sitting on the couch wishing I was napping instead, I figured it’s the perfect opportunity to share some of my tips for still looking presentable, even when we least want to get dressed. Who’s with me this Monday? Who wants to be comfy as possible without looking like a slob? Don’t worry, I know you guys are silently nodding yes. Continue reading “What to Wear When You “Just Can’t””

3 Quick and Easy Hat Hairstyles

3 Quick and Easy Hat Hairstyles

Happy Friday! I’m so thankful it’s the weekend finally… The first week back at school is always so stressful, and on top of that, I have a cold now! Ugh. BUT I’m excited to share 3 super simple, super fast hairstyles to rock under your favorite beanies this winter. I love wearing beanies when it’s cold outside, but I don’t love looking like I don’t have any hair underneath the hat – you feel? And if I choose to wear a hat, it’s probably either because a) I’m lazy, or b) my hair is dirty. So I’m definitely not going to have gorgeously curled locks flowing from my beanie, like you see all over Pinterest. That’s why I rounded up these three easy hairstyles, which take less than 5 minutes to complete and don’t require shampoo! Let’s get started. Continue reading “3 Quick and Easy Hat Hairstyles”

How to Save Money Shopping with an Excel Spreadsheet

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Happy 2020! Have you had to sign anything in the last few days?? I’ve already written “2019” at least twice… You know how it is. With the new year, I wanted to share a few ways you can save money shopping in 2020 by making an Excel cost per wear spreadsheet. I first shared my obsessive Excel clothing spreadsheet in a blog post back in June, and it was such a hit that I wanted to explain how to make your own as we enter the new year. And of course, how to use it to get the most out of your closet and your clothing budget! Continue reading “How to Save Money Shopping with an Excel Spreadsheet”