#WhoMadeMyClothes? The fashion revolution is a movement to help you become conscious about the conditions in which folks create your clothes, and to provide them with fair wages so that they can live a good life. I also like to throw in my thrifting and sustainable finds. Why not just be good all . . .
I have a garden, y'all!! Now, despite the history of my family - my Papa and Daddy were/are avid farmers and lovers of tractors - I am in no way a grower of things. I plan to change that, though. I've tried my hand at not killing plants before, but I hope to approach this with a more positive . . .
My blog baby turns 3 today (12 February 2015)!!! Three years ago on this day, I posted my first blog post, not knowing what was in store down the road because of it. I sincerely love having the privilege to share my world right here, in my own way. I love when you all comment because you can dig . . .
I don't think I'll get to go home for Christmas this year, but I'll be having an extended hometown stay over the Thanksgiving holiday. Going home is cathartic for me. Small town living, family on every corner, food everywhere. . . .
Growth is such a beautiful thing, and a new season is upon us, folks. In two short weeks on November 11, 2014, Old World New Girl will have a new name, a new face, and a new attitude *I got a new attitude!* . . .
So this basically means it's my birthday, right? That's what it feels like. For me, thrifting is a lifestyle. . . .
Painting with a "twist." I thought this was something that only my friends and I did on long summer nights. Ya know - a glass (or bottle) of wine + your favorite drawing utensils. A sip here, a line there. A gulp here, a splash of color there. Then comes the goofy conversation. Followed by . . .