This year, I’d love to feature a little bit more of my garment sewing for several reasons. First, to give myself accountability to create more clothing for me. As I sew for myself, I get closer to finding my own personal style and what feels good on.
Second, I’d love to have you join me on my journey to create a healthier me. No tricks, no special products per se, no diets or gimmicks. Just eating healthily, moving more, and sleeping well.
I’ll post here every Wednesday with a newly made outfit for the next three months and share with you how I’m doing with my health journey. Not necessarily a bunch of numbers and details, but pictures and what’s working and what isn’t for me. After three months I’ll reevaluate with making and posting. I’m learning that smaller, shorter goals are much more attainable for me.
(my before picture!)
I’m praying that through this journey I can inspire others to pursue a healthier lifestyle and know that you are not alone with these wild journey. Also, how fun is it to see pounds drop off of you? Especially with handmade custom clothing on you!! 🙂
Here’s what I’m making this week to show you next Wednesday:
When Julie was here this past October, we went shopping and found this fun pattern! I’m actually going to use discarded shirts and flannel shirts to create this tunic!
I’m excited about this…
A couple of other tools I’m using to keep myself on track this year:
My One Little Word:
I’m using PowerSheets from Lara Casey’s Cultivate What Matters – which is where that quote is from on the top right. Also, the card on the top left is from #PowerSheet.
My darling friend Pam gave me this book last year, and I thought it’d be a great way to stay super creative this year and keep track of that journey this year. Each week I’m recording those challenges in this fun book.
Here’s week one:
So, I’m praying that this year is the healthiest, most creative, exciting, and yet, the most peaceful year ever. I’m praying it for you, too!!!
Thanks for joining me on my What I’m Wearing Wednesdays. Can’t wait to see how well we all do this year. I’m praying for you!