Category: Body

My sustainable clothing journey
Body, Sustainability

My sustainable clothing journey

For years I've been on a personal journey towards more sustainable clothing in my wardrobe, and I've been writing about it here on this blog. Admittedly, writing about it feels a bit silly, but I do it because I know I'm not the only one on this journey. I believe…

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The intimacy of clothes
Body, Relating

The intimacy of clothes

I keep writing about clothes, because I find clothing to be very intimate. Here's why. You've probably heard the phrase 'women supporting women'. When I heard it the first time, it referred to how clothing connects people. It referred to how garment workers and people wearing clothes support each other.…

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The easiest year to not buy new clothes
Body, Sustainability

The easiest year to not buy new clothes

If there was ever a year in which we were prodded to re-evaluate our clothing consumption, it was probably from spring 2020 until now. This may have been the easiest year to not buy clothes. Why is that? And why would one not buy clothes? Read on to find out.…

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Yes to Nose & no to plastic surgery
Body

Yes to Nose & no to plastic surgery

Recently I read a blog post in which the author openly described the process of her considering plastic surgery on her nose so to improve her looks. My reaction? A blog post-worthy comment. I was so inspired because I have had my own troubles relating to my nose and to…

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Body, Female power

Female Empowerment Friday #02

Look who's back?! This rubric is fun and needed. Noteworthy is that it came to me as Feminist Friday, but I figured that the word feminism scares some people off. So using that word would require a little disclaimer - which I ended up adding to Edition #01¬†anyway, but without…

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Body

Stories of clothes and ourselves – a wardrobe update

Earlier I shared with you my enthusiasm for the capsule wardrobe: a simplistic method that, when applied correctly, would free you from all wardrobe misery. I set out to play with it, and I already wrote some thoughts about my experiences. Here are a few more of those thoughts &…

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