Timeless lessons on wealth greed and happiness

I just finished reading the most exiting, light and funny book I’ve ever read on finance. It’s called “The Psychology of money and written by Morgan Housel. Morgan is a blogger at The Motley Fool, an advisor at The Collaborative Fund, that lends advise to startups, and a writer for the Wall Street Journal. AfterContinue reading “Timeless lessons on wealth greed and happiness”

Preparing your closet for fall- on a budget.

If you’re anything like me, a change of season gets you super exited beyond compare, to start re -vamping your wardrobe. This might seem hard when you’re budgeting or attempting a no spend year. Ok. It’s hard for me. It’s super hard for me, I love clothes but I decided to challenge myself, and nowContinue reading “Preparing your closet for fall- on a budget.”

How to dress well on a budget. Preparing for autumn…

“When in doubt, wear red.” —Bill Blass Since there are much nicer things to do than buy clothes that don’t last, or are way to expensive and that you won’t use anyway. I made a list that you can use as a guide when you are adding those autumn pieces to your all- year- roundContinue reading “How to dress well on a budget. Preparing for autumn…”

Insight brought to you by no other than your zipper.

“What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today, when human contacts are so quick. Fashion is instant language.” —Miuccia Prada In the picture above a Saint Laurent’s frogged hussar coat and Dior’s evening coat. From Vogue September 1969, in case you were wondering. These are not available anymore but ifContinue reading “Insight brought to you by no other than your zipper.”

Buying vintage made easy

“Fashion is the amor to survive the reality of everyday life” Bill Cunningham The easiest way to be mindfull with clothing and the clothes you buy is buying vintage. But, buying vintage is often a lot easier than styling it. So, just to prevent you from getting home with a whole bunch of stuff youContinue reading “Buying vintage made easy”