Passover and Easter this year were certainly different from what many of us are accustomed to. Still, I was reminded of the many things we have to be thankful for despite all of the change and uncertainty. Focusing on what we do have can make these days a little easier and brighter.
I hope your stay at home has been as pleasant as humanly possible……….I have been keeping active walking with my dog, running, and taking online fitness classes with my daughter. There has been lot of cooking and trying new recipes (some good, some bad), cleaning, reading, moving furniture around which is driving my husband *crazy*😉 and I have cleaned out almost every closet and drawer in my house.
What have all of you been doing, anything different that might be fun? I am running out of ideas!
I wasn’t kidding about the cleaning 🙂
I have also been busy with virtual closet edits for clients, thank goodness, styling, and finding inspiration within in my own closet, oh, and rearranging my home office as well. I am working hard behind the scenes so that when we can go back outside and dress for human contact and social engagements, I will be ready to help you with all of your needs.
In the meantime, and if you haven’t already, I think to have some fun and keep motivated, you should shop your closet and edit while doing it. I recently wrote a blog on how I clean out my closet (here) that can help you get started. Now is the perfect time to see what you own, what you actually like and what fits, and what you may want or need for whenever life gets back to normal. It’s a great exercise for your mind especially, so consider it part of your self-care regimen.
Remember, if you need some help, I’m still offering 30 minute free consultations by phone or virtually, and a discount on full virtual closet sessions to get you ready with your list of future needs!
Finally, it also happens to be a good time to shop, almost all big and small retailers are offering great discounts and added bonuses like free gifts, free shipping, or even door-to-door delivery. If you are able, it’s a perfect time to really support our local businesses.
-Please stay healthy and we will see each other soon,