Someone once said to me “With our thoughts, we make our lives.” It was probably my therapist. But, whoever said it was on to something! Negative thoughts can make us feel sad, bad, mad, and well—quite anxious. And, trust me—as my husband battles cancer, I’ve had a million negative thoughts. Some of them are just
In the world of precious stones, cut accounts for 40% of a gem’s brilliance and perceived value. So it can be with your professional brand. The correct cut of clothes not only improves the fit, but can make all the difference in how you look and feel, and how you are perceived. Choosing fit over
A big part of “success” is feeling more confident and less stressed. This includes your wardrobe, and creating a system you love and trust. One that supports you, and makes you feel good and on top of your game. A successful system gets you where you need to go, on time, and looking your best!
Are you one of those people who has a clothes closet jammed to the gulls? If so, getting dressed can be a nightmare: Like trying to find a nice blouse in the chaotic, squished, after-holiday clearance racks! Impossible! It’s when you find yourself in this situation, with more stuff than space, that it may be
Have you ever been in a hurry, and rifled through your closet full of clothes, only to stress that you have nothing to wear?? A big part of success is organization and time management: Getting your hands on what you need, when you need it, and getting out the door, on time—unhurried, un-flurried, and looking
I am often asked (primarily by women) for tips on dressing for success. “Success” doesn’t only include acing a job interview or asking for a promotion. A big part of success is time management: Getting where you need to be—unhurried, un-flurried, and looking your best! One accessory which can help you get ready quickly and
“In the old days we did the news well. You know how? We just decided to.”—Charlie Skinner, The Newsroom This quote grabbed my attention as I watched the final episode of the HBO series The Newsroom around this time last year. It has stayed with me since then. I also watched CBS Sunday Morning and