This was a really great, interesting article and it hit home for me, as my mother died of cancer a few years ago, my dad currently has brain cancer, and I've been trying to navigate the finances I'm inheriting from him. This really resonated.
This is a fun game! White linen button down- $5 at Goodwill Black Jeans - $15 at thrift store socks - $5.00 for a 3 pack Black patent leather shoes - $60 at Asos Camel wool coat- $138 at (pricier) thrift store Necklace- gift from boyfriend total: $223. The most expensive item I have in my closet is a $380 carven jacket I bought on super sale. It is freakin' gorgeous and worth every penny: http://www.lyst.com/clothing/carven-textured-metallic-jacket-blue-and-greenmetallic/
I'm going to be the voice of dissent. I took a 24 hour flight to Africa and I had to recline my seat if I wanted to be the slightest bit comfortable. I dont think it's such a big deal on shorter flights, but on longer ones it's an absolute necessity.
I've been to many of these places!
Yay for Logan! I'm so happy to hear that you've found something that is more lucrative and will still give you some personal satisfaction(I hope!). I'm always thrilled to see a Logan post no matter how infrequent it might be.
I dunno about that, a lot of the fashion blogs I follow like A Clothes Horse, Delightfully Tacky and Scathingly Brilliant use a self timer and typically shoot their own photos by themselves.
My workplace has routinely had many, many(like 50) rolls of paper towels, paper plates and utensils go missing missing. So SOMEONE is stealing that shit.
Welcome Meaghan! I'm looking forward to your articles.
Get bugbomb(sold in stores near you)!