Cheryl with Bag Kimono {Northwest Mountain Living and Style}

Ageless Style Linkup: Keeping Cool in the Summer Heat

THE AGELESS STYLE LINKUP Hi, welcome to the Ageless Style Linkup. The linkup runs the first Tuesday of each month and features 10 women over the age of 40 styling an outfit based on one theme, and, because we’re all so different, each theme interpretation is different. Each month, one of the […]

Salazar Style Imitating Art {14 Shades of Grey}

Style Imitating Art: 18th Century Spanish Textile Fragment

Welcome to another week of Style Imitating Art, where we draw our style inspiration from works of art. This week’s selection was curated by yours truly. This week’s images were taken in our RV, so they’re kinda funky and things are clipped in odd places, but ya work with what […]

Feather Print Top Olive Cropped Pants and Brown Mary Jane Shoes {living outside the stacks}

Feather Print Blouse and Cropped Pants

Happy Wednesday, y’all! The Hubs and I are finally in Louisiana cue the choirs singing and I can honestly say, this has been the longest and hardest move by far. You can read all about it here, but I will say this: it’s not over just yet. We’re still waiting […]

Welcome to Louisiana {living outside the stacks}

Welcome to Louisiana

I’m sitting here at the Alexandria RV Camp with a sweet tea to my left and trees to my right. We are finally in Louisiana and almost ready to begin our next adventure. I say “almost” because The Hubs and I are living in our RV until our permanent housing […]

Style Imitating Art Two Acrobats with a Dog {living outside the stacks}

Style Imitating Art: Two Acrobats with a Dog

Welcome to another week of Style Imitating Art, where we draw our style inspiration from works of art. This week’s selection was curated by Jen from Librarian for Life and Style. STYLE IMITATING ART INSPIRATION Two Acrobats with a Dog by Pablo Picasso {The image is from the WikiArts domain […]

Mobile in the Library {living outside the stacks}

My Last Day of Work

Today was my last day of work in Georgia. I’ve been here three years, but it feels longer than that. It also feels less than that. Does that make any sense? I remember my interview for the job — it was a telephone interview. I was so incredibly nervous. I […]