An overflowing closet only sounds good on paper; it’s highly impractical, well at least in my case. Despite a closet that spilled over to every nook and cranny in my apartment, dressing for important events/occasions gave me a special dose of anxiety.
I did it! My closet is officially down to about 10% of what I had accumulated for over 7 years. I’ll write more in-depth about my cathartic purge that happened last weekend in a future post but for now I’m giving myself space to adjust to the neo-minimalist style blogger status.
Happy February! I swear someone hit the X4 speed with these days! I blinked and we are already into the second month of 2016. Speaking of 2016, my theme for the year is minimalism. I’ve been blogging for at least 4 years and thankfully experimented with all kinds of fashion interpretations so this year I’m dialing back on experimental fashion in exchange for honing my personal style,
Thanks to a philosophy class, I’ve unearthed a wealth of Hellenistic philosophers whose writings range between 2000-2500 years ago and yet their wisdom is remarkably relevant and ever more so as we begin the new year. One of my favorite books is On The Shortness of Life,
Montreal, the charming small city with a French flair, was my home for a week. I love it. Compared to NYC’s fast paced rhythm, Montreal is casual and laid-back. Drenched in French history, Montreal is of course quintessentially French in many aspects like food,