So for this vacation, I took a different approach — a radical one, for me.
I didn't make a to-do list.
Sure, I had an idea of a few things I wanted to work on (sewing, Etsy stuff), but I left my plans purposefully vague so that I could actually relax and just chill out.
And you know what? It's been great.
I've still managed to get some things done. My week has included lots of great thrifting, some new listings in my Etsy shop, a spot of sewing and some just-for-fun cooking. In other words, it's pretty much been a dream week. I keep fantasizing about how wonderful it would be to quit my job and just live like this all the time. But until I can subsist on $30 per week, that's not going to happen, so I will just enjoy these next few work-free days as much as possible.
I borrowed this tunic from my Etsy shop because I can't stop thinking in pastels and candy colors. I think I have Easter/spring fever. Next week I'll probably be on to something else, but for now, this palette just feels right.
Tunic: Vintage, thrifted (in my Etsy shop)
Trousers: Merona, thrifted
Wedges: Vintage, thrifted
Total cost to me: About $9