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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

EXTERIORS

While my interior home style tends to stay the same, drawn towards natural linens, wood, and soothing colors. My exterior style tends to be all over the place. I love Spanish white stucco homes surrounded by lush landscape, the cleanness of a Cape Cod/Hamptons style home, and occasionally, a modern clean design.






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Monday, March 20, 2017

STREAMLINED STYLE

On my computer, you can usually always find a few open tabs. Netflix and two pinterest tabs: my secret wish list and worn inspiration boards. These days, I find myself wearing three main outfits. To work at night, a pair of sweats and a sweatshirt, plus my all too worn in Ugg slippers. At school, leggings and a sweater or a nursing uniform. And at home: pajamas. Over the past few years, I've decided what works and what doesn't work as far as style goes. Comfort is key. Some of the inspiration I'm taking into putting more effort into my style this year:






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Friday, March 10, 2017

TEN THINGS


Ah, Friday. I'm so happy to see you. This week has been busy and stressful. This is the last week before spring break and I have a test on Monday that I haven't even begun studying for. I hope you have a better weekend planned than I do. On the plus side, it's supposed to be in the 60s all week and I am hoping to get my first hike of spring in. Here are this week's ten things:





5 / "Me, Jane." (As in Jane Fonda. A must read.)





10 / "She's 17 and needs birth control. Should we turn our back on her?" A must read. Women need access to affordable healthcare. Period. 

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Thursday, March 9, 2017

WISH LIST: BASERANGE


Lately, I've been all about comfort. This isn't a new concept, but now it's invaded my bras and underwear, which I've decided are in desperate need of an overhaul. No more underwire. Comfort, comfort, comfort. I can't even believe there was a point in my life where thongs were considered. When looking for a new brand to try, I came across Baserange, which stands for "Basic Aesthetic for Sustainable Easywear", a testament to the brand's clean-line, minimalist design approach. Based in Denmark and France, the collection favors a philosophy of creating clean, easy, and accessible garments that exist somewhere between modern culture and the natural working. The focus is working with high quality, organic fabrics in innovative ways that benefits both producer and consumer while minimizing environmental impact. Modern basics in easy soft silhouettes made to emphasize natural beauty and be forever wearable.