Let's explore what makes us tick and how we present ourselves to the world.
Picture the scene, you've spent the best part of a year thinking ahead to your long awaited summer holiday. You've been working out, planning what you'll do when you're there, loaded up your Kindle, had all the waxing, pedicures and everything else done and you're just so ready and up for it. You arrive at the hotel and feel like your heart sink. Seriously? Is this it? It's nothing like the photos.
Often, when asked 'What Have You Been Up To? Our reply involves the words 'Same” and “old”. How can we change this?
It's easy to go through the motions of your life. One day feels much like another and suddenly you notice you feel like Shirley Valentine talking to the wall or the meteorologist in Groundhog Day who's stuck on repeat. Where do you start when you want to somehow begin again?
Do you have a lucky garment? If so, here's why it works...
It seems it's all too easy to say the wrong thing when someone's depressed. But how can you get it RIGHT? Here are some suggestions...
PSST! Style is never really about the clothes. It’s how the clothes make you feel. It’s the woo-hoo they bring out in you. Like Glinda the Good Witch from the Wizard of Oz said, “You had the power all along.” Sometimes you just need a pair of ruby slippers to remind you.
While many of us love clothes, we often have no idea where they came from, or who made them. "Feel-good fashion" can mean more than jeans that make your bum look good.
Life is like lego. Frustrating yet enjoyable, fulfilling yet sometimes downright painful (especially when you kneel on the knobbly little blighter). But it can teach us about engagement, achievement and re-building.