This fall I have made it a mission to experiment with work/life balance and find easy, repeatable strategies that make the work and life function in tandem rather than in opposition. I'll be blogging about these as I discover them - here's strategy number one.
Nestled on the University of Washington campus, surrounded by Victorian buildings you'd sooner expect to find in England than in the Pacific Northwest, are dozens of Sakura trees which, for a few special weeks each spring, burst into bloom with magnificent pink blossoms. The scent of the blossoms dances on the light breeze coming off Lake Washington, making the spring [...]
Until a few weeks ago, I didn't really like my hips. I mean, I liked them in high waisted jeans and tight dresses, but my daily dressing routine featured a recurring question: how do I deal with my hips? But that all changed when, after I lamented the fact that I can't wear rompers because [...]
"Business casual" is a term often thrown around to represent the way women should dress in the office or at functions, or anywhere else they need to look "professional". But that is so vague, and can mean anything from a pinstripe pantsuit to a summer dress with a blazer. Last weekend I had the opportunity to [...]
HAPPY NEW YEAR'S EVE, TECHIES!! Here's a look at my favourite pics from this year's posts! Click on any of the pictures to see the full post. :) Thank you all, friends old and new, for a fabulous 2013. This year has been a big game-changer for me, and I hope 2014 brings special [...]
If you ever visit Toronto in late August, you have to go to the Ex! The Canadian National Exhibition is a tradition that dates back to 1879. I can only imagine what it must have been like back then, in such a different time. Nowadays the Ex features a mix of old and new style [...]
Good morning, Techies! This photoshoot is one I'd been wanting to do for a while, as I have this gorgeous Gemy gown in my closet but hardly any photographs of it. I love the intricacy of the beading on the top and the way the pleats of the skirt move like waves as I walk. [...]