Women’s suits have an interesting history. Wanna hear some? Excellent. In the 1870s, Paris was in an uproar over the custom-made trouser suits being worn by actress Sarah Bernhardt. She liked to call them her “boy clothes”, which- safe to assume, further pissed off those men and women who already felt she lacked the proper level of shame. In the 19th century, women were experiencing … Continue reading Red Vintage Blazer, or 90s Power Mom
Today’s outfit post has a bit of story behind it. Continue reading Outfit Post: All Black
When you’re in South Florida, heading down to Wynwood is a must for fans of art and culture with a laidback vibe. Continue reading For the Love of Art. Wynwood, Miami.
When it’s neither hot nor cold, this is what I go for. Continue reading Outfit Post: Fall Essential
As a writer, sometimes I’ve got to force a routine. But I can’t always force the results. Bonus: audio reading Continue reading Sitting Down To Write. And Staying There.
I love to give myself the gift of beauty. I’m always looking for inspiration. Today I’m sharing some of the visual inspiration I’ve found on Instagram recently. I hope it inspires you to add more beauty to your own life. Here’s my contribution. Enjoy. The darkness and light, the black and white with a splash of color is mesmerizing. The color combination and the otherworldly … Continue reading Instagram Images I’ve Been Loving
Ah, natural disasters. They bring out all types of people; neighbors with quirks, jerks with money, the deserters, the innovators, the laziest motherfuckers you ever did see. Watch these videos to see the interviews! Continue reading Hurricane People: A Comedy
Verizon is giving us some relief with data thank goodness. I’m still without power but using my phone. On a different note, we made it through hurricane Irma unscathed physically. We are overjoyed. I cannot take the time quite yet to explain the experience, although I would like to and will be working on it. I just thought it was important to come on for … Continue reading We Made It Though Hurricane Irma.
So, I’m a writer and a blogger. They are very similar but also different. How do I find the writer/blogger balance? That’s where you come in! Continue reading Seeking Advice
The clouds sit heavily under the hidden sky. The past two days have been on and off rain, sometimes a downpour, sometimes a drizzle. There have been few precious hours of dryness. It is, after all, the rainy season. Yesterday, Saturday, I missed my opportunity for a morning bike ride and I was bummed. Thankfully, there was something else to do on that dreary day … Continue reading Weekend Finds and Photography Excursion