Here’s what I wore the second day of the conference:
My co-worker sent me a selfie from Charlottesville, Virginia, so I returned the favor from the conference.
Here’s what I wore the second day of classes:
Here’s what I wore today to my first day of classes:
I am being sent off for a week-long business trip to Nashville this Sunday. Our company is hosting a conference and I am going to be assisting with training and participating in classes to work with customers to make our product better.
In order to save a bit of money, I’ve decided to pack only a carry-on suitcase. For clothing, I’m packing:
- 1 Nice Dress
- 2 Skirts
- 4 Blouses
- 1 Blazer
- 1 Pair of Pants
- 1 Pair of Flats
- 1 Pair of Heels
My cute sister is looking for the perfect chambray shirt. When she was here visiting last week, we tried to find one that would fit her petite frame but we came up empty-handed.
I scoured my favorite store’s online shops and found a few potential candidates:
Which one is your favorite? Comment below.
As an avid reader of various organization blogs, I was inspired to change the way I displayed and organized my DVDs. The recommendation by most bloggers is to remove the discs from all the boxes, insert them into thin sleeves, and place them in a box or bin with homemade dividers. You can check out a few posts here and here. At the time, I thought it was a nice way to unify my DVD collection and save space.
After I spent the time doing this, I realized that there was one major issue to this method – it’s a lot more difficult for friends to see what movies you have and then choose what to watch. I also found that even though I created alphabetical dividers and organized the DVDs by name, it can sometimes be difficult to tell what movie it is at a glance (I’m looking at you, Napoleon Dynamite).
On Friday, my sister and I took a trip down to IKEA. I snapped a few pics of some favorite items and vignettes through out the store.