Some wardrobe basics to always have in the closet:
I imagine many years ago, Black Friday was the best time of the year to shop as it was meant to help companies get out of the negative or end the year with a lucrative profit. As you already know, a balance sheet will reflect a negative profit in red, while a positive profit is shown in black, hence Black Friday. So it used to be the day after Thanksgiving, retailers were almost giving things away in the stores to make up for any lost profits during the year.
I know the history of Thanksgiving and that every year it is a holiday where families come together and have a feast but I consider the holiday to have a more meaningful reason for existence. When you think about it, the word "Thanksgiving" is powerful and is simply the words "thanks" and "giving" combined. So when I think about Thanksgiving traditions of bringing the family together for a large feast, I find it challenging to see how it truly reflects that.
Pumpkin Spice, Pumpkin Patches, Saturdays, Apple Sangria and Girlfriends. It’s the basic-girls fall starter kit. And guess what, I’m not even mad about it.
"There's no point in taking potential to the grave. When I die, I want to be all used up and I want the same for every person I come in contact with." - J. Renee
I try to take the best care of my clothes as possible because they are a big reflection of my style. They have the most influence on how people perceive me and for that reason I consider them to be very important. However, when I am told that an item must be hand washed and that I can't ring it out, yet it needs to line dry as it drenches in water, I wonder how that is possible and who has the time to take care of their clothes like that every time they wash them?