Hand-me-down shoes from mom’s closet
F: What are some summertime plans that you have?
L: I don’t have much planned yet but I’m hoping to get some good Cleveland time in. In my ideal life I would spend a month or two in Cleveland every summer. If anyone has any work-from-anywhere job leads, hit me up!
F: Can you share with me some spring trends that you are seeing on the street?
L. Well it hasn’t really warmed up enough here to see a real switch in fashion. However, I have been noticing a lot of jeans plus high heel shots on various style sites. Also people seem to be slowly busting out cute jean, leather and spring jackets.
F: Do you have any tips for setting up a new apartment?
L: Think about how you want to feel in each area of your home and make that the top priority for setting up each space. Also, as you unpack, find ways to display the little things you come across that make you happy. I was going to say something like don’t be afraid to get rid of things but then I remembered that I got that advice from you on this very blog.
F: If you could live a day in someone else’s shoes, who would it be and why? (I know it’s best not to compare yourself and yada yada but this is for fun!).
L: Good question. I think I might choose a painter. I like the idea of waking up, having my coffee and stumbling over to my studio (which I like to think would be in an old barn connected to my house). Then I’d spend the whole day painting, without even realizing the whole day had gone by.
F: What have you found interesting this week?
L: Yesterday morning I got to work, sat down at my desk and thought about how – even without much change – every day feels a little different. There’s something fascinating to me about that.