The current trend of neon colours has got me excited. Far from it being the late 80's and early 90's version of head to toe clashing fluro - the pops of colour add a touch of class. I can't wait to find the perfect tote.
Loving this look and especially the bag. LOVE to get one of these.
Loving that the nail polish perfectly matches the bag. Now that is co-ordinating.
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It seems the Blogging world is alight with those of us currently pondering happiness. This post by Carla Coulson had me really thinking. Put this together with Gretchen Rubin's thoughts and I feel the need to write a few lists.
(Image - Carla Coulson - Chasing a Dream) Carla talks about the things that she needs to make her happy. Her Italian husband needed to get out of Italy after she felt she had settled in Florence and was 'living the dream'. So they packed up and moved to Paris. Cue the continuation of the dream life as they both found happiness and success in Paris. But a niggling feeling made Carla question what it was that they both needed to be happy. A list emerged that highlighted the important things such as Sunshine, Love, Friends, Grass, Good Coffee, a Garden and many more. A realisation followed that Paris was not making either of them happy. I am staying tuned to see what happens next.
It made me think about my own burning desire to travel and live overseas a…
I love reading - anything chick lit and self analysis are my favourites. As much as I love technology I can't go past the feel of a real book. Turning pages while snuggled under a blanket. My idea of heaven.
Anyway, this month's book has been the Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin. I am nearly finished reading the account of Gretchen's year of trying to have more fun to increase her happiness and have enjoyed it immensely and can't wait to get started on my own version.
I am looking forward to sharing the journey as I map out my Commandments and Resolutions. This seems like an extension of my Goals work I have been doing with good friends for the last few years. I love setting out my Goals and meeting up every couple of months to put stars on the ones we have achieved. I am at heart a list maker who enjoys nothing more then seeing Gold Stars on a page as I accomplish things. (And yes I have been known to put something on the bottom of the lift that I have completed ju…