Happy Easter – Long Weekend Reading


It’s school holiday’s here.  So this week I’ve been out and about with my kids, which is why I’ve been rather sporadic on the blogging front.  Kids just don’t love me spending hours on my computer, they’d rather I was playing with them, or cooking with them, or taking a tram ride with them.

Now, I want to pass on my BIG CONGRATULATIONS to Karen of a Certain Age who has achieved her FLC (first level certification) with the AICI (Association of Image Consultants International. After months of hassling Karen into even thinking about becoming an image consultant, to then her actually taking the plunge, doing some study, taking the exam, putting together the binder of materials for her application, Karen has done it – she’s so bona fide now you should go and see her – get her to take you shopping – you won’t regret it!

After my post last week about the amazing internal and external transformation of Rosina from Middle-Ageless – she’s gone and had her hair cut and coloured, and done a post which you can  see here.

LPC over at Privilege is what I call a Colour Neutral – she’s not so keen on colour, and prefers the more neutral end of the spectrum.  She also has written a great post on picking out colours that suit (if you don’t want me, or someone like me to help you).

I’ve always loved bags and shoes (and jewellery) as they never make me feel fat.  No matter what my weight, I can happily put them on and add some pizazz to my wardrobe.  So when I stumbled across this from Poppy Buxom at the Beauty Boomer I knew I’d found a kindred spirit.

If you haven’t already read them, Duchesse has done a couple of posts on Snobs, which you can read part 1 and part 2

Struggling to be Stylish has 5 great tips to get more time out of your day – easily achievable ones too!

From Gretchen’s happiness project – tips to clear clutter – as it has been shown that clutter gets us down, and clear surfaces, and de-cluttered areas make us feel calmer and happier.

And a fascinating post over at Already Pretty where readers from each decade of adulthood (to mid-life) talk about their fashion evolution and style

And keep voting on yesterday’s poll for my ebook title!


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  • Thank you Imogen. Needless to say, hiring you would always be the first choice. Thanks for naming my color avoidant behavior Neutral. And I have blue eyes, since you asked. When I worked in China, the people said that for a white woman I wasn't very white (was a little tan) but that I did have very blue eyes…

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