I’ve been afraid to write here lately mostly because, well, I haven’t been writing here. I have a secret: I’ve been cheating on my blog . . . with my other blog. I promise to be better about trying to balance my personal/private blog with this public one that showcases my love for saving money and lookin’ good.
Lessons Learned From Week One of 30 for 30
For those of you unfamiliar with 30 for 30, it is a challenge started by Kendi Everyday where participants pick only thirty items to wear for the whole month. To add to the pain, you cannot shop for yourself.
-I’ve cheated and bought The Hills on DVD, though nothing else really “for me.”
-I picked out the wrong shirts for under clothes and had to add in one more tank top with a higher cut neckline.
+Having less clothes makes dressing in the morning so easy. It used to be my rule that I could only try on two outfits for work and had to pick one. Now I usually go with my first choice, leaving time for other morning activities like spending time with the pets or putting on makeup.
+Less laundry to do and I can wash more things by hand thus saving me money at the laundry mat!
-I’ve noticed I need to replace most of my jeans, as they are all one to two sizes to big and I hate wearing belts.
Overall, not a bad first week! I promise to be a faithful fashion blogger from now on!