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“Stuff” Doesn’t Feel Like a Burden Anymore

But it sure did for a while. Unsettled and at the very bottom of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, things that once brought me joy eventually felt like a heavy load. It was, too- literally. I had dozens of boxes and … Continue reading

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Meaning Over Materialism: My Break-Up With A Blog

Throughout my life I’ve had my share break-ups.  That newly single feeling is a strange one; while part of you is happy to be free, another feels a bit lost.  What will fill the new emptiness?  A couple of years ago I experienced one of my worst break-ups of all: I ended a long-term relationship with my fashion blog.   Continue reading

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Thankful for Growth

It’s hard to believe that this time last year I was getting ready to move to Boston! Last Thanksgiving I flew into Michigan to plan, pack, and purge.  As I mentioned in my second blog post, I packed extremely light … Continue reading

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