It's a pretty old adage but one that still rings true: Dress for the job you want, not the job you have. And as we're still in the thrall of the new year, it's certainly a worthy time to take a peek into your work wardrobe and ask yourself: is this really the image I want to project in the office?
This week, we're challenging you to do a work wardrobe audit. First, pull out everything you typically wear to work. Assess each item for the following:
This week's mission is totally simple - do something kindhearted each and every day. It can be for a loved one or for a stranger, a charitable organization or an individual. Believe it or not, most charitable acts don't have to involve spending money.
This week we're challenging you to get your rear in gear and build on your fitness potential. Trust us - this is one pyramid scheme you'll want to take part in.
The gist of the challenge is pretty simple: pick at least one fitness move and work your way up to doing more and more of it.
Forget living for the weekend - for those of us with 9-to-5 gigs, we're living for the lunch hour. This blissful break from the daily grind can often be taken for granted however, as we fall into routine that makes this mid-day holiday from the everyday feel as monotonous as our daily commutes.
The solution (and your challenge this week)? Switch things up.
At Ever Rose we typically don't define a standard size, simply because we know it can range so much from brand-to-brand. Instead, we'll put 'Fit Matters' notes on our clothing to help you understand when a garment fits a little bigger or smaller, or whether it has stretch that can give you some literal wiggle room. But of course, we have to base even those guidelines on something. So what does it mean when an item is listed as true to size? Find out inside...
They say it takes 30 days to kick a habit (or some variant of that number), but so many people fail at changing their lifestyle because it's too much, all at once. The 'cold turkey' method is well-known as a poor way to change your behaviour. Instead, phased steps are a great way to phase out something in your life that's maybe not the healthiest. This week, we're challenging you to take one of those steps toward booting a bad habit to the curb.
Not to go all Game of Thrones on you, but winter is indeed coming. That's why we've started to carry more cuddly sweaters and long-sleeved dresses that can be rocked for the next few seasons. But before we set in for a deep freeze, it's time to show some appreciation for the great outdoors before it gets too chilly out. This week, we challenge you to spend an hour outdoors, each and every day.