is and artist and musician who is trying not to be incredibly depressed by her day job
On Working Girl
Friends and I were just playing a thought game over scotch the other night... about naming a movie or movies in which women were depicted as working professionals at the top of their games without being overly sexualized, or having the sex angle dialled in really hard as a functional aspect of their power. I'd love to know what suggestions for this viewing list other hairpinners might suggest or have seen?
Yesssssss! we have a magical hotdog place here where you can order a hotdog with PB & J topped with Captain Crunch, its pretty great http://www.tubbydog.com/menu-2/
"Look at how beautiful it is to see everything diluted that we used to hate" right on the money with that one!
I was also thinking when I looked at this photo - where is the cancer and the obesity, and the hair loss, and the skin rashes and the radiation poisoning all the other detrimental aspects of our modern environment that are obviously going to be a major issue in the future.
the accuracy of these and their relevance to my life is mystical and unnerving.
@AmandaElsewhere I live in Calgary and there is a consignment store that caters specifically to +sizes, I'd check the yellow pages to see if something similar exists in your area.
and this! http://www.nastygal.com/Lookbooks_Play-For-Keeps/La-Femme-Tux-Dress
I have always been obsessed with menswear and was pretty frustrated when my flat-as-a-board chest blossomed into that of a well endowed woman. I can say, that high waisted dress pants and a nicely fitted vest can look amazing on a curvaceous lady. Make it girly with a long black kimono jacket or something. Here's some Pinterest Inspiration! http://www.pinterest.com/jennietwoshoes/women-in-menswear/
also #1 lady, if you are already regularily hosting guests, might as well fire up Air B&B,people who don't know you are not going to expect you to spend time with them in the same way, you could make some extra money if you wanted, but also have an excuse "sorry aunt Bertha, I have a paying guest that weekend. "....
yes to #3 and the Kitchen Knives, I am always berating people for having terrible knives ( a sharper knife is not more dangerous people!, it just makes you feel like a super ninja when you cook!)
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