October in California is warm and golden during day but cold at night. It is really awkward to put all the light weigh clothes away. It always feels I may need it sometimes. This anguish thoughts usually put the transaction on hold until I run out of reasons to delay the task . Actually, the season changing process can be smooth and fun. Don’t take it as a one-time job but think it as a month long process. The secret is to put something away after each laundry. The summer-colored breezy materials can go first, then shorts, sandals. It is also a good time to sort out out-of-favors, out-of-shapes, and new favorites to come back the next year. Leave out something fun that I can layering them in the fall.
Each time you put away a few clothes, you bring out some cold weather pieces. Start from thicker jackets, cold weather colored shirts, cardigan and then sweaters and heavier coats. Other than the lightweight denims, most of my jeans are staying. The denims are essential of my closets.
This is also a good time to sort out the out-of-favored fall/winter clothes. One stone kills two birds: Declutter the closet and season change over at the same time. Now you have put away the summer cloth and reorganize the cold weather outfit. You are done until next time.
From lacy cocktail dresses, statement making vintage dresses, trendy off shoulder dresses or girly skater dresses, Aqua fashion has it all. Other places offer these dresses for upwards of $40! Luckily, you can buy it here for only $20!
For a limited budget, these dresses are classy and economical. I have being buying aqua dresses for my daughter to wear for multiple events. After multiple uses, I donated them to another loving family to not feel guilty about the money spent!
All in all, I found some pretty good deals whenever Bloommingdale’s has promotions. I will post some of my good finds from my recent shopping trip soon.
This is so unexpected. My daughter brought her boyfriend Rocky and my son brought her girlfriend Phoebe home for this weekend. Philip and I were delighted to meet them.
These adult kids are too busy to cook for themselves. I am more than happy to prepare some easy, delicious and nutritious meal for them. I happened to have some simple pork broth so I made a delicious pork soup noodles with chopped scallions. You may add some green if you have them handy.
2 cups of home made pork broth
2 scallions minced
1 handful or fresh ramen noodle
salt and ground pepper
In a large pot, bring the pork broth to broil. Add salt to the broth. In the meantime, cook the noodle according instruction. Drain the noodle, ladle the hot broth into the noodle and top with scallions and fresh ground pepper.
This noodle can be prepared quickly and served as light brunch or lunch if accompanied by a few small dishes.