You know what I have realized? I live in a bubble. My own little curated bubble. This is not a bubble that I was put into though. I have created it all on my own. Unintentionally.
I do not read many blogs any more, except the ones that pop on my timeline and have an engaging cover photo or a title. I definitely don't read many fashion blogs.
I don't interact with many people. You might already know that. I have mentioned it several time. I don't like people. The ones I do interact with the most are people in the grocery store, my hairdresser, my pharmacist, so on and so forth. Basic functional interactions, which are short, sweet and solve a purpose. Any meaningful interactions are few and far apart. By design.
I do not shop. In fact shopping stresses me out. It is a nuisance, really. I get elated that I am able to create outfits from my existing wardrobe without having to go through the torture of browsing through stuff, trying stuff, not-fitting into stuff, yada yada yada ...
I do not cook much any more. In 2017 I have probably cooked once per week. I have been having salads. My husband has been having soups. Life is going well. On other days we go out. I still have a salad and husband has whatever his-heart-desires. Like I said life is going well.
I don't pray, go to temple or celebrate festivals. I just don't. No reason.
These are just few of the things I don't do in my bubble. And from all my previous posts you already know all that I do, DO! :)
This is what I wore to brunch the past weekend. It was a cold-sunny-winter-day.
Coat - Uniqlo // Similar
Denim Jacket - Massimo Dutti // Similar
Skirt - Gift // Option
Bag - Vintage // Better