May started out still in winter and was filled with changes that bloomed into a summer of a possibilities!
Outfits that Changed Me
Movies to Change You
Take a look back at the nineteen fifties with these two classic gems- Daddy Longlegs and Sunset Boulevard. Then fast-forward a decade to get some 60s mod fashion with Audrey Hepburn in How to Steal a Million.
Mail to Change You
This month, we talked about how to write a letter of complaint, shared what was in a tea subscription box from Tea Sparrow, and dreamed about these out of the world stationary items.
Plans That Changed Me
May brought about a lot of exciting opportunities for Never Fully Dressed- we sat down with Popbasic about their new, single item line, and also reviewed an eShakti dress as well. Elsewhere on the internet, Bon Marche interviewed me about blogging as a business.
It was a busy month in my personal life too! The Boy left for a week for work, so I was soloing it with just the puppies for trusty sidekicks. Later, we got to have my sister over before she headed to work for the Sundance Film Institute's summer events. Spring finally came to Wyoming, followed in short order by Summer, so we celebrated with our first trip of the year to Yellowstone. Most exciting of all though, was getting to share with you that I got a a new job as a Gifted and Talented teacher!
And, if you're in need of a dose of daily inspiration, don't forget to check this month's Q+A about mothers, or our Dog Eared Page, Because of Winn Dixie, which is more dogged than others have been- get it?!
Finds to Change You
Fox Terrier Tea Towel
Self-portrait through the decades
Motherhood and Otherhood; also how feminism helps men
Have you been following #yesallwomen trend on Twitter?
Katie is always such a stunning vintage-inspired beauty
Grandmothers and Food Around the World
Ballet dancers demonstrate their hardest moves
Anyone else in love with the life painted in Marlen's What to Wear series?
Guide to accessing quality of garments
My hometown on the National News (sort of).
Vanisha's inspires us with an Unstyled Life- plus this cute outfit too.
Female Cyclists in Afghanistan
An arcade game that helps you recycle
This I Wear talks about The Perfect Wardrobe vs. Good Enough
Twenty Weird Things About America