How are you doing? Hanging in there? I hope so. We’ve all received encouragement to keep on moving. That means working in different rooms, picking up hobbies, and changing out of our PJs!
Most of us still need to show our faces for work / conference calls, and connecting with loved ones via FaceTime.
So, what are you doing with your hair? Did you get it done before salons closed? If you’re someone who has been depending on going out to get your hair done, this may be a funky time for you.
I thought of a few at-home suggestions, while we wait, OR for when you just want to make changes and have fun:
Finally jumped on the bandwagon and purchased a faux fur vest. It’s always been on my wishlist, but could never scoop one up at the right time. I adore creating a look that gives off a trendy and fancy vibe.
I debuted this cream vest jacket in December; I usually purchase something new for events, but didn’t feel like going full out. As I did some online searching, I found it at Target. End result: layering it over a blouse and burgundy pants for our Christmas Eve service.
A great option to brighten an outfit for fancier outings, church, or when you’re going out with friends. It’s lightweight, adds dimension to your ensemble, and it has pockets. Eek — I love that part. 🙂
Here’s how I styled it yesterday:
HAPPY OCTOBER! New month, new things to do. You ready to enjoy this month? Decided to write a quick “recap” post and share some wins.
Four things I enjoyed in September:
In your mind, what does it mean to be consistent? Is it a positive? Daunting? How long does it take for you to form a habit? It is easy? After a few days, do you keep going, or do you try to start over? Or just stop?
I want to encourage you: Consistency is the key.
With my added time being on the computer (administrator work, blog projects, photography), I need to pay attention to the details. Processes can take hours aka looking at the screen for a long time. Unfortunately, if I’m not careful, staring at a screen for a long time causes eye strain (a problem), which can lead to blurry vision and migraines. That’s something I don’t want! Nobody wants that at all.
Solution for now? Blue light blocking glasses.
I know it’s a current trend. There may not legit proven evidence that the formula works, but why not? If we have to use our computers a lot, might as well protect our eyes. Thankfully, these glasses are offered in prescription and non-Rx (like me!) lenses.