There are a lot of things I have found helpful since making the switch to a more responsible shopping lifestyle. I learned a lot from bloggers, slow fashion and sustainable living advocates as well as small businesses. I learned about myself. About my shopping habits, my impulsivity and that my MOM was right to be … Continue reading Two important ingredients in the slow fashion journey: Discipline & Grace
I think social media can be a great tool. It can also be a fun way to take a break from life. However, it can be problematic too. Comparisons, wasting time and anti-social behaviour can occur. We all know that social media is not real life. Life is complicated and messy and far from perfect. … Continue reading Social Media Breaks – Can they help?
I was scrolling through social media a few nights ago when I stumbled on an article, Relevant Magazine. You should go read it! It’s awesome. It was talking about how social media has created a different type of Pharisee. Different method but same outcome. The Twitter and Facebook age we are living in allows us to … Continue reading Culture of Shame
It’s March! We are a fourth of the way into the new year. I don’t know what December 31 was like for you guys. Or what the first couple of weeks of January looked like. If you were hopeful and expectant of change, of new beginnings, of becoming all the things you wish you were. … Continue reading Setting goals – After the new year
Holy guacamole you guys! The past couple of weeks have been troubling to say the least. Every time I opened social media especially Facebook I was saddened or angered or frustrated. It was difficult to see so much hatred. It made me feel quite helpless BUT it also meant a lot of prayer. Prayer for … Continue reading Hope & The Beauty Of Everyday Justice
I am the kinda person who likes getting things right the first time. If I am trying something new it takes me a while to be content with the result because I want to make sure it's perfect. I was also the girl in high school who never answered questions in class because I did … Continue reading The perfectionism trap