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Week 1 of the capsule wardrobe experiment

Well can I just say day 2 was a dream. I woke up and knowing it would be hot out I could either choose between light pants or a skirt if I wanted to stay even remotely cool, so I chose a skirt. Two choices, that was it. I didn’t even think about the shirt I…

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September Capsule Wardrobe

Can we start a conversation? One about how long it takes to make what should otherwise be a simple decision? I’ve been on this trajectory for a while now, the one where I’m trying to simplify my life. This isn’t to say that I’m in any way a minimalist (though it does sound semi-appealing) but…

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  • BeckySeptember 2, 2016 - 00:17

    I love this idea! This inspires me to give it a try someday too! I’ve lived out of a suitcase for a year (but wasn’t working so that simplified things a bit), and at another time had only a handful of things after a fire. It made me realize how little I really needed, and yet somehow I can’t bring myself to narrow my permanent wardrobe into something simple.ReplyCancel

    • ChristinaSeptember 2, 2016 - 10:37

      Oh you should totally try it. I have to say yesterday I was a little worried how it might go but this morning I woke up, I knew it would be hot out and I only have two bottoms that are lighter weight and then I picked a lightweight shirt and it was just too easy. I actually really enjoyed it which I don’t usually. Sounds almost silly but I guess I would just rather think about other things and enjoy the rest of my life a little more but it’s true that when you’re forced to have less you experience it in some way or another too. I did find narrowing it down the hardest part too though, that was less fun.ReplyCancel

Circling the map

I came to France because of a dream, a dream that really set root in 2011 and not long after I quit my job and moved to the south of France. It was a whirlwind of some kind of chutzpah and faith I guess, knowing that something was waiting for me over here. I figured…

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setting sail

It’s been months of planning ahead, looking toward the future and it’s been with moments of great momentum and then the slog that comes with forever waiting for what’s next. Can anyone ever say they’re completely ready for a big life change? We forever plan and try and get life in order but then at…

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Gift guide for the curated life

After years of toiling with the idea of creating a little gift guide I thought this might be the perfect day to do it. It’s below freezing outside and so I’ll cozy up inside and give you a nice collection of things I’ve seen this year (some from a little further back…) that I love…

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  • GrantFebruary 4, 2016 - 05:05

    Check out my friends company at playkoob.com. Made in Canada too. This is a very fun game that we play a lot at Nitakinagra.ReplyCancel

    • ChristinaFebruary 4, 2016 - 12:43

      Thanks for info Grant!I didn’t realize you guys knew how to play. You don’t see the game too often. I’ve seen it probably less than a handful of times in the last 5 years.ReplyCancel

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