This week HoneyGood.com started a new chapter with a fresh look. It was a long road to get it done, dear readers, but here we are! More on that one in a second.
On Sunday I had to share my thoughts on forgiveness. It’s such a tricky topic. Every relationship is different and every hard circumstance and slight is unique, but I wanted to share my thoughts on why it is so important to forgive FOR YOURSELF. Not every relationship will be salvageable, but letting go of hurt and anger is so important.
And then on Monday we launched our redesigned site. I’ve worked very hard to bring you darlings something fresh and new and good for our community, our “sisterhood.” It’s of course the same Honey Good and I hope you realize there are NO CHANGES besides the visuals. But I love it and I have loved your feedback. Everyone has been so supportive and I am so grateful. This new chapter of HoneyGood.com has started and I am smiling!
And after all the hustle and bustle of getting that new site up I was reminded to slow down. And I wanted to remind all of you of that too. So I mused on the joys of simplicity. As fabulous women over 50 we wear so many different hats and take on so much. It is good to remind ourselves what is important and to discard what is simply a distraction. Do what makes you happy and maybe consider worrying less about the rest. Remember: Less is more. Truly!
And for those of you darlings who enjoy makeup and cosmetics as much as I do I did a little research and found some more awesome drugstore products! This time I looked into cosmetics that can help you achieve looks similar to that of expensive designer brands. I hope you will share with me your experiences with these products!
For fashion I just had to share that velvet is back! And there are so many fantastic ways to incorporate it into your wardrobe for this fall and winter season. Check out all these chic looks!
I think my post yesterday really ties together a lot of what happened this week, with the new site and beyond. I wanted to implore you, dear readers, to take chances! I don’t want this advice to seem trite. I understand not everyone is a risk taker. Many of you may be risk averse which is precisely why I included in my post some small ways to start taking chances. I think you’ll be glad you did.
Also on Facebook many of you liked my post on “dressing your age.”
The quote came from a blog I wrote awhile ago, but I think it’s so true, darlings. Dress how you feel!