Thursday, January 31, 2013
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Are you a fan of knitting? I had a brief encounter with the finger-ific craft in high school. While I was taking Spanish Conversations our teacher instructed the class to buy knitting supplies because working on a knitting project would "help our language skills". I was completely unconvinced that could be possible, but her reasoning proved truthful! We would spend a portion of class each week working on our knitting projects while speaking in Spanish with the rest of our class. Even though it was often just petty chatter, it provided us with much needed practice on how to be more comfortable with the language. We focused our attention on our knitting needles and it enabled us to naturally improve our language and comprehension skills over time. Not only did I feel more confident in Spanish, I learned to enjoy knitting.
I haven't picked up my knitting needles in a long time...but I think these pictures will get me in the mood again!
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
How invested are you in social media?
I heard last week that Google+ passed twitter & youtube to be the second most used social media channel (behind facebook, naturally). Read the article HERE if you're in disbelief as I was.
I am still trying to play around with my google+ account, you can create your own with a gmail email.
Since we are on the topic of social media, I wanted to share with you some of my pages. In branding Twirling Clare and trying to find the best inspirations for all of you...I spend a fair amount of my time on the vast amount of social media channels.
I would love for you to follow along with me. And, if you have any questions about how to get your own social media sites started...feel free to ask, I would love to help you!
Below are some of snapshots of what my social media sites look like, you can click on the pictures to access the page...or any of the text that's colored in pink will take you there as well.
And here it is in again:
Click & Follow!
Monday, January 28, 2013
I have been crushing on Stubbs & Wootton's velvet smoking slippers for awhile now. The shoes boast clever and whimsical designs and emblems on the front. The company, based out of Palm Beach, has grown in recent years and redefined the classic loafer by making their shoes decorated with charming icons.They are most definitely out of the budget for recent college grad, who is job hunting. Nevertheless, you can always have a wish list, right?
Or take a peek below the inspiration photos where I have some "lower price range" options.
Shop the smoking loafer:
Friday, January 25, 2013
Brrrr, it's cold outside! Trying to stay warm is so much easier when you have the right pieces for the weather. Black + White neutrals are the easiest way to build a versatile, classic, and practical wardrobe in the chilly temps.
Take a peek at some of my favorite winter wear suggestions below:
Shop the look
kate spade couldn't have said it any better
we had an extraordinarily successful recruitment last weekend and i am loving the new members of kappa alpha theta, thank you for making me a proud recruitment chair!
as many of you might know, i finished school a semester early. i was back at school to run recruitment, but departed immediately after, to begin my next adventures. goodbyes are always hard and this was no different. for all of my dear owu friends: until next time. prepare for a celebratory graduation week in may!
Thursday, January 24, 2013
I leave today for a two week trip to the east coast. I will be visiting family and friends...and interviewing for jobs! I will still be keeping up the blog while I am away, so don't miss out on the fun inspirations coming your way.
"The pug is living proof that God has a sense of humor."-Margo Kaufman
...but they sure can be adorable!