Today I’m excited to announce that the book Shopping Brake: Proven tips to stop shopping wrong, and start shopping right for a wardrobe you love is now available as a paperback!
If you have ever done any of the following:
Stood in front of your closet and said “I have nothing to wear”
Bought something and then tried to hide it because you felt guilty
Found clothes in your closet with the tags still on
Looked for tips on editing and organizing your closet
Struggled to figure out what your personal style is
Become bored with your current wardrobe
This book is for you!
Filled with shopping tips, closet organization advice, and insights into the mindset of a shopaholic, Shopping Brake: Proven tips to stop shopping wrong, and start shopping right for a wardrobe you love will provide you with the tools that you need to own a wardrobe that you love.
Check out the Kindle version to read the entire introduction, as well as preview a few additional random pages. Or grab a print version from any of the following retailers: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Createspace
Both pants are printed, but only 1 is good for weight lifting.
Wearing the right workout clothing can make or break your workout. Cycling, yoga, running, weight lifting, each of these activities has a different need to consider. Cycling pants are most comfortable when the material has vents and moisture wicking properties and the fit is tight so as not to get caught on pedals. Yoga pants require stretch and to fit close to the body along with a waistband that will stay in place when performing poses. Running pants should have a snug fit, moisture wicking properties, and reflective marks to be seen when on the road.
Then there’s my personal favorite type of pants to shop for—weight lifting. And as with other activities, pants for weight lifting have special needs to consider. If you go to the gym sooner or later you’ll see what I’m talking about. A girl is wearing a pair of pants that look great when she walks around but when she does squats, lunges, or any other bending and lifting move all you see is her thong—eek!
One of the things that I adore about new clothes, is the new clothes look and feel. The colors are bright, the materials are not pilled (or stained, or torn), and there are no wrinkles! After I wash something, it is just never the same as when it was purchased new. And sometimes, that desire for something new, spurs me to want to shop. Until I discovered steaming my clothes.