Dressing for Success

Striking a pose in the dressing room

Lord knows I love to shop, but I don’t think I really have style. I have lots of stylish friends and an incredibly stylish mom … but when it comes to dressing myself, I rarely take risks and usually stick to the same things: jeans, cardigans, and wrap dresses, to name a few. Usually they are in solid colors and rarely any frills. Continue reading “Dressing for Success”

Haircuts and Self Esteem on Salon Saturday

Note: This is a cross-post at WeAretheRealDeal.com today.

There are only two things in this world that I’m really high-maintenance about.

One is, obviously, food (though I’m getting muuuuch better about it/more flexible/more adventurous/less high-maintenance) and the other — the more critical by far–is my hair.

And no, it’s not because I’m “vain like that.”

The truth is, as a naturally curly red-head, I’ve struggled with my God-given color and ringlets since early childhood. Continue reading “Haircuts and Self Esteem on Salon Saturday”