For the 3 of you who have subscribed, hi and thanks and sorry again it's been so long. My hope is that one day this will be one of a thousand archived posts that gets lost in the sea of really well written content that people care about, but for now, I'm tired of not w...
Do I think it makes sense to keep doing things the way they are being done? Nope. Do I feel a little overwhelmed thinking about how much is left to do? Sure do. But I'm here today with a tall glass of water to tell you that anything is better than nothing.
If you've known me for more than five minutes, you know my wardrobe pretty much consists of a mixture of the same things in slightly different styles in varying shades of grey & black, so simplicity in style speaks directly to my soul.
In my last blog, I introduced Swap.com as an option for those looking to dive in to the deep end of online consignment shopping and as promised, I've put together an in depth view of my first (yes, there have been SEVERAL since then) experience with Swap!
"So how do you remain thrifty without feeding fast fashion? While shopping secondhand is not entirely the same thing as not supporting the brands who rely on sweatshops, it DOES lessen the demand for their use AND it keeps more clothing out of landfills."
I've been hard at work these past few weeks squaring away the overall feel of my website and researching ways to get my cause out there, so when I came across Ink to the People, I knew I'd found a company I wanted to work with!
All three of you who frequent my page will have noticed a significant shift. The main reason for this is that while I will still be accepting some freelance work, I'm zeroing in on what's really important to me.
Very recently, I was alerted to the fact that the majorit...