Welcome, Conversion Diary readers! I’m delighted that you’re here! If this is your first time visiting, please leave a comment. I’d love to “meet” you!
I cannot believe that there is less than a month left until the release of my book! It is going to be a very long month. I am so not good at waiting! Luckily, I’ll be able to share little excerpts and other fun details with you all starting very soon!
Speaking of the book, thank you all very much for the overwhelmingly positive response. I’ve been particularly touched to hear that conference and retreat leaders have been interested in incorporating it into their events. With all the different perspectives from all these fabulous ladies, I have to say I agree that it would make a perfect attendee gift or discussion piece. In fact, each chapter wraps up with a Q & A section to facilitate this. Bulk orders are available, so don’t hesitate to contact me if you’re interested!
March is going to be a seriously awesome month. In addition to the release of my book, the Behold Conference will be taking place! Will you be there? Say yes! I’m dying to meet as many of you as I possibly can!
Sarah at Amongst Lovely Things (one of my very favorite blogs) has just launched a brilliant new weekly link-up with her friend, Pam. It’s called Pinning it Down and its goal is to encourage those of us who’ve become mildly obsessed with Pinterest to actually attempt some of the great project ideas we pin. Isn’t that fantastic?
“Consumers should treasure garments like true pieces of craftsmanship, rather than making flippant decisions to buy and quickly dispose of them, like themed paper napkins for a party. The more we learn to value and appreciate garments and their quality, the more we will enjoy our clothes and maintain a sense of enjoyment in the long haul of the garment’s life. Though we may spend more money on the original purchase, we will save money in the end, by having a satisfactory wardrobe and shopping less often. With clothing, it’s time to mature and think about long-term relationships, not one-night stands.”
I couldn’t agree more. Do check out the entire post here. It’s a pretty thought-provoking piece for those of us who fancy fashion.