My Relationship with Stuff

In Tidying up with Marie Kondo, Marie suggests to clear items out of your life  by going through them one by one and ask yourself “does this item bring me joy”. If the answer is no then it is time to part from that item. I found that by following Marie’s advice it influenced me to part from those items I was holding onto for no reason. Holding onto stuff from high school did not make me any happier.  

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Reformation Joins Nordstrom

Earlier this week, Nordstrom announced that they will be buying wholesale from Ref and carrying it in their stores! Seeing a big department store like Nordstrom making strides towards sustainable fashion brands is exactly what we need. Now Ref will be more accessible to more people around the country both online and in select Nordstrom Stores.

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Fashion Revolution Week 2018

This week we take the time to reflect what happened in Bangladesh at one of the biggest garment factories in the world. It has been five years since the Rana Plaza collapsed and took thousands of lives. These workers repeatedly reported the poor working conditions but they were forced to keep working to meet the high demands of the fast fashion industry.

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Glossier San Francisco Pop-Up

As a huge Glossier fan. When I heard they were opening a San Francisco pop-up shop, I screamed. Glossier is my biggest brand crush at the moment for makeup and skin care. As I’m getting older and having less time to do my makeup, I am trying to go for an easy and minimalistic makeup routine. Glossier is the answer for this.

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The Best $9.95 Subscription: MoviePass

I am a “poor college student”, as people like to label my type.  I never felt like I could justify spending $13.65 on a movie ticket for a movie that may or may not be good so I missed a lot of movies I wanted to see. To me, $13.65 is basically a whole meal and I can’t see myself denying a nice Trader Joe’s shopping spree for the chance that this might be the best movie ever.

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