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Fall Cleaning – Cathy August 20, 2010

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My new book that’s ushering me into fall is , When Organizing Isn’t Enough SHED Your Stuff, Change Your Life.

First off, S.H.E.D. stands for:

Separate the treasures. Heave the trash. Embrace your identity. Drive yourself forward.

It’s about consciously changing your state of living and your state of mind. There are 4 case studies referred to throughout the book and exercises to help you along your path to self discovery. The first is naming your theme. A theme for your current phase of life and a theme for your future. My current theme is: New Beginnings. For starting this site, moving, working in LA, and so much more. My future theme is going to be: Engaged. This is for focusing my attention on all these things I started. To be in the moment and zero in on my main projects. I’m not too far in, but I like where it’s heading.

Cheers!

C.

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Tie’d Up Shoes – Cathy September 2, 2009

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I’m on the lookout for some cute, more unique than the average pump like shoes. I want a little oomph down there and I keep getting pulled in by these menswear inspired tied shoes.

Beautiful Cole Haan shoes with Nike Air Technology. A 4 1/2" stacked leather heel that claims all day comfort.

Beautiful Cole Haan shoes with Nike Air Technology. A 4 1/3" stacked leather heel that claims all day comfort.

Anthropologie's cute menswear inspired shoes. What a great way to add some old-time quirkiness to a newly inspired outfit.
Anthropologie’s cute menswear inspired shoes.
What a great way to add some old-time quirkiness
to a newly inspired outfit.
Cute 1/4" heel that looks like a tiny tuxedo on your feet. Feel instantly in the swing of things with these beautiful Jeffrey Campbell shoes.

Cute 1/4" heel that looks like a tiny tuxedo on your feet. Feel instantly in the swing of things with these beautiful Jeffrey Campbell shoes.

I just noticed my natural progression from a high 4″ heel to a hiccup of a heel at 1/4″. It’s the constant battle between feeling the sex appeal of a high heel and my comfort seeking Chucks wearing self.