Blog Posts - Less Is More



How To Be Basic | The Good Kind

Less is more. To be absolutely honest now, when it comes to makeup and skin care, I don’t exactly live with less(but if you want a post about all that, just HOLLA!). But since living… More...
by Bea and Beauty on Oct 23, 2016

Montreal Fashion Oddities

 A newly arrived visitor to Montreal, a.k.a. “the Paris of North America,” instantly encounters a fashion-driven integument that venerates external appearances. Shop windows and signage, thriving cosmetics retailers, and stylish homo sapiens...
by Wig & Pen on Aug 24, 2016

Montreal Fashion Fripperies

  A newly arrived visitor to Montreal, a.k.a. “the Paris of North America,” instantly encounters a fashion-driven integument that venerates external appearances. Shop windows and signage, thriving cosmetics retailers, and stylish homo sapien...
by Wig & Pen on Aug 24, 2016

Montreal Fashion Moments

  A newly arrived visitor to Montreal, a.k.a. “the Paris of North America,” instantly encounters a fashion-driven integument that celebrates external appearances. Shop windows and signage, thriving cosmetics retailers, and stylish homo sapie...
by Wig & Pen on Aug 24, 2016

Sipping from Fashion's Glass in Montreal

  A newly arrived visitor to Montreal, a.k.a. “the Paris of North America,” instantly encounters a fashion-driven integument that celebrates external appearances. Shop windows and signage, thriving cosmetics retailers, and stylish homo sapie...
by Wig & Pen on Aug 24, 2016

A Reminder about Horse Memory.

The temps were mild. No one was shedding but the geldings were sunbathing flat and I was able to chip away at some ice-age muck. I even found a fly in the house. For a moment, it felt possible that winter would end. It was a fib; just the first part...
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Feb 5, 2016

A Reminder about Horse Memory.

The temps were mild. No one was shedding but the geldings were sunbathing flat and I was able to chip away at some ice-age muck. I even found a fly in the house. For a moment, it felt possible that winter would end. It was a fib; just the first part...
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Feb 5, 2016

Starting Back After a Winter’s Rest.

Humans have creative thought and the chances of having a runaway in our own minds is better than in the saddle.
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Jan 22, 2016

Starting Back After a Winter’s Rest.

Humans have creative thought and the chances of having a runaway in our own minds is better than in the saddle.
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Jan 22, 2016

Hot Trends in 2016 – Oversized Earrings, Pink Explosion & more

The first month of the year is soon finished already! Last year I wrote an article about what trends were coming in 2015. This year I couldn’t see big changes in the collections of the design houses, but I did observed some incredibly hot tr...
by Story of Lorellay on Jan 18, 2016

Do More with Less – Ways to a Greener Holiday

The holiday season has long been considered the happiest time of the year. There are gifts, parties, friends and wonderful food that truly encompass the holiday season. While there is plenty of joy during the period, there is also a lot of waste and...
by My Green Living Ideas on Dec 20, 2015

Looking for a Better Ride?

It might be time to do some riding out of the saddle; some thinking, visualizing, and having a few lick and chew moments yourself.
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Dec 11, 2015

How many benefits to cramp in one email?

No cramming info in an email Too much information is likely too much for most people. The more information the lesser that will be retained and remembered. Moreover the longer the email the less likely people will read it entirely. Lead generation is...
by The LEADSExplorer blog on Nov 6, 2015

When pricing requires more explaining than your product

Price list complexity If your price list requires more explaining than your products then you are obviously doing something wrong. Of course you can invent very complex pricing methods or pricing calculations. Or confuse people with presenting all th...
by The LEADSExplorer blog on Oct 15, 2015

Keep surfaces clean (31 days to Love the Home You Have)

This post is part of a 31 day series – 31 days to Love the Home You Have.  I am blogging through the 31 day challenge in the back of the book “Love the Home You Have” by Melissa Michaels of The Inspired Room.  You can read all the pos...
by The Frugal Homemaker on Oct 3, 2015

The Reward Is Shame In Our Relationships?

In our work hard, get a reward later society, many of us bring that to our relationships too. Especially, those who were raised by emotionally unavailable people. We think we have to do so much, to get so little. Waiting for pleasure, even saying no...
by Much Ado About Something on Jun 7, 2015

This Week’s Go-To Beauty Products For A Less Is More Approach

I’m a big believer in less is more. Hence, when it comes to how many products I use on a daily basis (and we’re just talking about my face) less is more approach has now become a priority.  So for example, this week’s go to product...
by Sweet Jelly Bean on Apr 28, 2015

RightSizing — Choosing Semi-Retirement Instead of Retired

“If you love what you do you’ll never work a day in your life.” ~Confucius            A good friend of mine plans to retire in the next couple of months. She’s earned it. After working at a challenging job … Continue reading &#...
by SMART Living 365 on Apr 10, 2015

Right-Sizing — Choosing Semi-Retirement Instead of Retired

“If you love what you do you’ll never work a day in your life.” ~Confucius            A good friend of mine plans to retire in the next couple of months. She’s earned it. After working at a challenging job … Continue reading &#...
by SMART Living 365 on Apr 10, 2015

Style Notes with Kids Style and Lifestyle Blogger, Nomita of Ebabee Likes

Style Notes is a new interview series on the blog where stylish women can share their personal style. To launch the strand is my friend, Nomita Vaish-Taylor, a kids style and lifestyle blogger at the staggeringly beautiful Ebabee Likes who has recen...
by Mummy's Got Style on Feb 26, 2015


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