Ever since we moved into our new place, okay, ever since I found out we were going to move into our new place, I’ve been dreaming up ways to decorate it. Now that we’re settled in with our own things, I’ve been making a home decor wishlist using secret pin boards (via Pinterest) for each room that I want to update. Today I’m sharing my dream for a grayscale bedroom.
Shown above: Baggu reusable bag in grid print.
Years ago I purchased my first reusable bag for groceries. Shortly thereafter plastic bags were banned in my area, and now they’re banned in all of California. It really got me thinking about the type of waste I create, and for a long time now I’ve become more focused on my efforts to reduce the waste I create and bring home with my groceries. Today I’m sharing my favorite and the easiest way to create less waste, by using reusable bags for shopping. I’m sharing some of my favorites for buying different items (you’d be amazed at what you can find in bulk), as well as a few other common wasteful items to replace.
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Have you ever heard of the hanger trick? It’s the easiest way to clean out your closet and requires very little effort, though it does take a lot of (passive) time. If you’re bad at making decisions the hanger trick can help you. I do it every year for fun, so today I’m sharing how to do it, and some questions you should ask yourself once it’s done.Read More
Shown above: Rothy’s The Point Shoes, Oversized beach hat, Lace-up Sandals, Cuyana Apres Coverup, Marysia Mott Maillot, Prada Sunglasses, Herbivore After Sun Spray, Lilly Pulitzer Buttercup Scalloped Shorts, Denim Boyfriend Shorts, Carve Designs Parka (c/o).
Since we’re in the middle of winter where I live, most of my travel dreaming right now is of a warm beach somewhere. October seems to be my month for warm trips including Grand Cayman, Turks & Caicos, Jamaica, and Hawaii. Going from somewhere that is cool to a warmer place isn’t always the easiest thing to do. Today I’m sharing some of my best travel light tips for cold to warm climate packing, starting first with what to wear for travel…Read More