AS WE TURN OUR BACK to all the holiday festivities and the enthusiasm around them, we again come face to face with reality. It sits there, grinning meekly at us and takes us back to our routines. New Year feels like one big reset button that we run towards for twelve months, which is why January feels like the perfect time to make BIG changes in our lives. But how many of those big changes do we actually succeed in making before life kills our enthusiasm?
LET ME START THE LAST post for this year by wishing you a HAPPY NEW YEAR! I really thought hard about what to write in my last post for the year, and I decided that I didn't want to make it the conventional 'New Year outfit ideas' or 'New Year resolutions' or 'Looking back on 2017' etc. I already did that in the past. So instead, I decided to write about something I really love and enjoy and something that some of you might want to start doing in 2018.
MY STANDARDIZED ANSWER to the repetitive question “How did you learn to sew?” is “I was taught by my mom, who was taught by my grandma, who was taught by my great grandma etc.”
THE LIST OF CLOTHING ITEMS that I own, but rarely wear is actually a lot longer than I would like to admit. If I were to admit that then my “I don’t have what to wear” argument would additionally lose value.