I am thrilled that so many of you wanted to join me in the 90-day challenge. I had forgotten that I had even mentioned it on the blog, so when I woke up yesterday morning and saw that there were already a ton of comments, I was confused. I thought, “oh no, what outfit did I wear on the blog?” Why does our mind immediately go to the worst-case scenario? I was sure that all of you hated whatever I was wearing, so I very carefully peeked at the first couple of comments.
Whew! I was so relieved when I saw that you wanted me to send you the calendar so that you could also participate in the challenge. Today was a little harder for me, only because I had something to do and I wasn’t going to be home. But, I did manage to complete all of the categories, so I was pretty proud of myself. Someone mentioned drinking all that water was going to make you stay in the bathroom all day long, and I figured that would go toward my exercise. Lol! I have my calendar sheet right beside my computer, and I just keep looking at the days that I have already filled in as finished. It does something to our brain when you see those days colored. You “want” to get the next day colored in, and it motivates you to keep striving toward your goal. This is why vision boards are so powerful! Who of you have created vision boards?
If you didn’t like yesterday’s post, then you are not going to like this post either. Haha! I bought this top before I purchased the Zebra dress. The black and white top is 100% rayon makes it machine washable. The top has a casual neckline that can be worn off the shoulders, and it features 3/4 sleeves. I am wearing a medium which fits me perfectly. This top is from Cato Fashions, and it is on sale for 8.99! Click here for misses, and here for plus size, which is 14.99.
I fell in love with the faded gray colored jeans when I bought a pair from Old Navy, and they are still one of my favorite pairs of jeans. I bought this cute pair of Umgee jeans at a local boutique for those days when my ON jeans are dirty. I loved that they were pull-on jeans (doesn’t everybody over 20) and I liked that they had the seams down the sides to give them unique details. Umgee is a brand that is normally sold in boutiques, so I had to find you “similar” jeans for my links. The wine loafers have quickly become one of my favorites. I like the ease of slipping them on, plus the rich color is perfect for fall. I bought these online from Walmart, and here is the link. PS: I am wearing my usual size, so these run true to size.
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