We love these posh pachyderm products! Art work, bedding, clothing and more all featuring the lovely elephant.
It’s more important than ever to keep my face from the sun. With a family history of skin cancer and aging skin that can’t work as hard as it used to, to repair the damage I do to it, I need the extra protection of a hat. Sure, a sunscreen is a great idea, but sometimes I want just to run outside for an hour or so, and I don’t want to take the time to put on anything except a hat. But I want that hat to be cute and flattering so that I’ll want to wear it.
I’ve only worn one jumpsuit in my life. It was a costume for a play my junior year of high school. It was the 70’s and jumpsuits were the trend, but at 5’10”, there wasn’t an off-the-rack version that would ever fit me. While my version was a pale pink which I swear made it see-through under the lights, I did love the comfort and ease of wearing it. For you lucky girls under 5’7″, there are plenty of options and they’re back in the spotlight for summer in all colors, shapes, and patterns. Here are our favorites.
I’ve been reading social media posts over the last few days ever since the Disney * Pixar’s INSIDE OUT movie was released in theaters. It’s pretty easy to see that the standout character so far is Bing Bong. He’s the imaginary friend Riley tucked away into her memory when she out grew him. But when Sadness and Joy get lost in long term memory, they find Bing Bong, and he becomes a major player in saving Riley.
I was fortunate to attend the Disney | Pixar premier of their newest animated film, INSIDE OUT. I loved the film and I think it’s going to be a huge hit! I got a chance to see some of the products Disney and Pixar have approved to support the film and I’ll be sharing those with you soon, in the meantime, I’ve done some searching to see what’s available now in children’s apparel and have picked what I think the must-have INSIDE OUT clothes for summer.
After a long hiatus, I’ve recently started wearing a watch again. For a while I just used my phone as my main timepiece, but every time I checked the clock I was tempted to log on to Instagram or another time-wasting app — plus, sometimes (like on an airplane or in a meeting) it’s just a lot smoother to check the time on your wrist instead of your phone, you know?