Blog2020-05-12T17:11:37-04:00

Threads for Thoughts

Decluttering in 5 Steps

These days, there is very little in our control. When you start getting anxious about what the day may or may not bring, remember this: How you maintain your home is something you can control. There are obvious things we need to do to keep your home running, like cleaning and paying your bills. But know that there is a deeper level of maintaining where you live. There are emotions and energy attached to your surroundings, and this is the time to make sure your surroundings are high vibrational. Here are 5 things you can part with to make your closet, and home, a happier place: Wire hangers You probably have had these building up from visits to the dry cleaners. They take over your closet, and make it look messier. Choose one type of hanger that you love, and be consistent throughout. Wooden hangers are durable, but there are

Perks of Isolation

Well, we are in crazy times right now. Because of the Coronavirus outbreak, schools are closed, we can’t go out to eat, and God forbid you cough (even if it is just a tickle in your throat). Things are very weird right now, but I’m here for you. During the first week of the stay at home advisory, I started working full time on Threads of Hope; yes, the same week everyone else is forced to work from home (cue Alanis Morissette’s “Ironic”). People have asked if the Coronavirus has impacted what I do. It has halted my in-person appointments, but it has allowed me more time to work on my current virtual programs and create new ones. I have seen a lot of posts on social media about taking this time as a gift, and using the time to create, better yourself, and enjoy the company of those closest

Capsule Wardrobe

One of my main goals when doing a wardrobe revamp or a closet overhaul is encouraging people to adopt a capsule wardrobe. Why do I encourage you to adopt this method? Because once you do, your morning routine becomes SO. MUCH. EASIER! Have you stared at an overflowing closet and thought to yourself, “I have nothing to wear”? The capsule wardrobe fixes all of that! A capsule wardrobe is made up of essential clothing pieces that never go out of style, and go with many other pieces you have. Think of the classic staples: black pants, white button down shirt, black heels. Keep in mind, essential pieces don’t have to be just black and white; figure out what your color palette is, and make sure all of your clothes align with it. For me, my clothes are primarily black, white, gray, pink, and blue. Use the color palette that works