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A Plus Size Peplum Blazer

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A Plus Size Peplum Blazer

This post contains affiliate links. Everyone has that one blazer in the back of their closet that is reserved for a job interview or an important meeting. Never did I think I would have a blazer that I would want at the front of my closet until I tried on this peplum emerald blazer. Plus size work wear Working a corporate job in an office an environment it can be difficult to find plus size clothing for the board room or everyday work wear. Now I am lucky enough that my office is business casual but that is only recently....

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image via Lonny | home of Neada Deters

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image via Lonny | home of Neada Deters

Hello friends and welcome back! We don’t know about you, but we think Sunday funday is made even more fun with The Link Up, and today is a VERY special one because it is the first after being formally introduced to you all via this post. Now that we are all best digital friends, these links are even more special, right? Right. Let’s get to it: First up, today’s featured home tour (via Lonny) is the breath of fresh air we all needed, and we definitely suggest clicking over to see the rest if you love a neutral home as much...

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Always Ditches Female Symbol On Packaging To Make Products Trans And Non-Binary Inclusive

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Always Ditches Female Symbol On Packaging To Make Products Trans And Non-Binary Inclusive

The makers of Always sanitary products have confirmed they will no longer use the female symbol ♀ on packaging, to reflect that trans and non-binary people have periods too.  The move comes after trans campaigner Ben Saunders wrote to P&G, which makes Always, earlier this year to ask why the company uses the symbol on some of its packaging. In a letter to Saunders shared on Twitter, Always confirmed it had redesigned the wrapper without the feminine symbol. “Please just be aware that you might find products with the old wrapper design in the stores for some weeks after December, as...

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Family photos! The very first thought that went through my mind after I scheduled our shoot was, of course, “what are we all going to wear?”

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Family photos!  The very first thought that went through my mind after I scheduled our shoot was, of course, “what are we all going to wear?”

This was followed by, “I will need to buy us all new outfits.” It is so ingrained in me that these type of events require fresh, new clothes. Or at least, it was. Although this is the initial thought that goes through my mind, I’m snapping out of the habits of actually going out and buying the new items. I am so please with how our family photos turned out and the only place I shopped for myself and the girls, was our own closets. The girls wore a mix of hand-me-downs and thrifted items, along with a couple pieces...

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This article was brought to you by Red Ledge who makes the best camping poncho for staying dry while exploring the rainiest places in the U.S.

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This article was brought to you by Red Ledge who makes the best camping poncho for staying dry while exploring the rainiest places in the U.S.

Do you get giddy when you see storm clouds or hear the pitter-patter on your windows? Are you the type of person who turns on rainymood to fall asleep, or better yet—has their own rainstick? You are probably a pluviophile: someone who loves and finds peace when it rains. Being a pluviophile usually means you are in touch with the outdoors, and chances are you will be found out hiking in storms that would likely keep people inside. After the summer’s long stint of scorching sunshine, pluviophiles might be searching for the next place with rain clouds to escape to—and...

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