last week’s “end of the week exfoliation”

Good morning! I hope you had a great weekend. The past few weekends I’ve decided to treat my days off like mini vacations and I have to say, I’ve been loving it. And since I’ve had trouble finishing the end of the week exfoliation post during the actual week, I’m a bit behind again. But here it is nonetheless.

I’m excited to share some new things coming up on MML this week including a trunk show at Macy’s tying into the Sex and the City movie on Thursday night. I’m also starting a new mini-series called “Designing a Business with Intention” (based on the feedback I got from readers a few weeks ago), so stay tuned!

End of the Week Exfoliation

“It hurts to see these go (I wore them just once to a wedding), but if hurts even MORE to keep them (ouch!)  These shoes deserve a more tolerant wearer! Size 7 1/2.”

Sarah

“The bed we listed on Craigslist sold, so we no longer need the full-size sheets and mattress pad.  Off they go to the yard sale pile!  At this rate, I am going to have one heck of a sale!”

Abbie

“This is a bridesmaid dress I wore in a wedding about two and a half years ago. It hits me in strange places and I haven’t worn it since. Plus, I already have a black dress I like. Hopefully this one finds a good home at the thrift store.”

Cathy

“2 printers. One was my husbands and he doesn’t have any of the cords or instructions or software for and another one that like the clothes have been in a box and moved but never used for the last 3 years. We have another one that was a hand-me down from my parents and we have yet to hook it up. It was just time to get rid of the other 2.”

Katherine

These shoes have been with me since college and since I just got a pair of white Converse shoes, these puppies gotta go.

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  1. I’ve been a long-time lurker, and a great admirer of your blog. I love your End of Week Exfoliation, because I do something very similar.

    At the beginning of each week, I do something called Edit, Add, Apprieciate. I choose something to edit from my life (could be a *thing*, person, bad habit, etc.), one *thing* to add (that is authentically me, and one *thing* to appreciate (could be a thing, a person, a relationship, etc…)

    I’m looking forward to your new mini-series of designing a business with intention. Sounds great!

  2. lulubrownskin

    kirwin@Graceful Creative – I LOVE your weekly EAA idea! Brilliant! I MAY have to “steal” it & “Add” it to MY week! 🙂

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