Mar 9, 2014
If that were a true story, it would mimic real life today down to the smack. Most of us classy ladies don't go around backhanding people, but we curl up our lips with disgust and envy when we see these dodo brains making six figures thanks to handouts while the rest of us can barely afford the higher-end ramen noodle brand at the corner store. Don't be like them. Be smarter. Just stop spending your money on shit. Period. Or stop complaining. End of discussion. I absolutely promise you that what you think is necessary elements of humane living qualifies as arbitrary bullshit that you can slowly add back to the a la carte menu once you've conquered your dreams. It's really as simple as weight loss being calorie intake - high activity level. Stop playing a part and treating strangers to coffee at Starbucks for "business meetings". Stop paying for internet when its its free at Starbucks. Stop shopping weekly at that Zara around the corner from Starbucks! I learned the hard way how stupidly simple it is to afford starting my own fashion tech company and freelancing.
Mar 8, 2014
This is my ideal foundation for a capsule wardrobe this season as mentioned my post below on how to dress like a French minimalist. What are your ideal pieces?
Mar 8, 2014
There are many reasons to admire the French as I waxed poetic about in Part 1 of how to dress like a minimalist french girl. Their very culture seems to exhibit the best in beauty, style, grace, and good taste. Some may disagree, but this is my blog and I declare it undebatable. I adore their delicious food and sweet little hidden cafes. But most of all, I admire their sense of fashion. As a budding minimalist and lover of travel, it is hard to deny that French women know how to rock a richly simple yet beautiful capsule wardrobe. In America, we move from trend to trend faster than a frantic crowd on Black Friday. The result? A closet full of trash. If you don't want your closet to look like the bargain bin at the highway exit thrift store, it might be time to start thinking like the French.