Fashion on a budget??

I’ve been having a hard time as of late. Working two jobs money is still tight. A lot of my clothes either don’t fit me (at this moment) or are so old they’re dying.

I found thredUP and found I can sell and buy gently used or even new with tags clothing at a cheaper price. I also avoid the malls since my time is limited between school and two jobs.

They have a great variety of clothes and I even shop for my son at times.

I was worried to post about the mom on a tight budget BUT this is actually smart of me. Currently I have a bag with old items barely worn on consignment and items are selling. I’m taking the money from those and getting myself new clothes. New to me.

So if you’re a mom on a budget check them out. They’re making this transition with weight after my heart attack easier.

*I wasn’t paid by thredUP to do this. Just a FYI they work for me right now.*

Items I’m selling:

Items I’ve bought:

I Feel Pretty…Oh So Pretty…

You know the jingle. Today though I felt pretty. This doesn’t happen a lot but I’m working on self acceptance. So, I lived in the moment and felt good about me. It’s a nice feeling. It’s growth.

What will become of my blog….

I’m Kat and reality is that I don’t know what to do with my blog.  A blog I pay for.  Did you know once upon a time it served a purpose?  It helped others with PCOS and had a following of Gluten Free and Vegan eaters who enjoyed my recipes.  I was “Once Upon a Time” a great baker.  Okay, I still am to a point.

I’ve tried starting my blog over again many times.  I won’t go into detail about why I stopped blogging, but maybe one day it will serve a purpose to my blog and be seen.  I’m thinking that if I just blog as I see fit, if I let this happen organically then maybe I will find my passion again.

I wonder if anyone else has gotten through a rough patch and found their blogging purpose?  I’m curious a year from now where this blogging journey will take moi.