Hey readers, I’ve already mentioned I won’t be posting on this blog anymore, but I now have my new blog up and ready so you can go check that out if you haven’t already.
The link for the new blog is here: quietqueenblog.wordpress.com
And now that I’ve found my niche, this new blog is focused on minimalism, mindfulness, and my writing. I’ll still post about INTJ’s and share TedTalks and book reviews, but this blog is a little more organized and is more the type of content I want to be sharing.
Mindfulness has helped me grow and I want to write about that experience and I know I have more to share about Minimalism than I have on this blog, but there’s also my poetry and photography and a million other things I’ve been wanting to talk about with you, but it just didn’t seem to fit on this blog.
Don’t get me wrong I have loved the journey that ComplexityCorner has offered me, and I am thankful for all of my followers and readers, but life is constantly changing and I must change with it. Besides everyone needs a fresh start every now and then, right?
Just a minor update….
I will no longer be posting on this blog, and have created a new one that is under construction (if my new icon has any hint towards that).
anyway, I will be back up and blogging again as soon as I can.
“Cold, calculated, and highly rational is what makes INTJ’s who they are…” ever heard that one before?
Well I’m about to let you in on a little secret, that’s not the whole truth.
Continue reading Understanding the INTJ Paradox
I didn’t get to do an #InspirationMonth in March, like I’ve said before life’s been pretty busy, but I did one for this month and I get to share a few pics of my new room.
- Closet Organizer
So I actually have a proper closet organizer with drawers and shelves and everything I own basically fits in this closet right now, no extra book shelf or dresser. The minimalist in me is quite happy.
Continue reading #Inspiration-April 2017
I know its spring, and it should be approaching summer where I am, but alas Canadian weather remains unpredictable. However that is not going to stop me from pulling out my spring clothing and playing around with some outfit ideas.
I have some go-to looks that I love, but I’ve paired down my wardrobe enough that I can mix and match almost everything. My favourite and probably most versatile piece in my wardrobe are my black high-waist jeans from Dynamite, far from sustainable yes, but they fit and with me that’s all that counts sometimes.
Continue reading Spring Outfit Ideas, Black Jeans 3 Ways
More Fashion and Style posts, so here’s a 15 question Style tag.
- I love to shop for my clothes at (give three stores)?
- RW and Co
- Store you like to visit, but don’t usually buy from?
Urban Outfitters, my sister loves to shop here, and while I like the store I rarely find anything I truly like.
- Last accessory you bought?
It was a necklace from Ardene, but I hardly wear it. It is blue and gold and is a statement necklace with metal feathers, but I think I need jewelry that’s not so bulky.
- Do you own something you’ve never worn? What?
No, not since I switched to a minimal wardrobe.
- I put a lot of thought into what I wear, throw my clothes on quickly, or just like to be comfortable?
Continue reading 15 Question Style Tag
For the next few weeks I’m going to focus on Fashion and Style and this week I’m starting with my minimal wardrobe, specifically reasons I love my minimal wardrobe.
So here goes…
Actually having a defined style. I spent so many years never having anything to wear, or so it seemed. I was really just buying clothing that appealed to me, but wasn’t really my style. So I’d pick up a top and love the colour or the pattern, make sure it was my size, maybe try it on and then I’d wear it a few times only because I never really thought about what would match it. I’d buy clothing pieces, instead of thinking in terms of outfits. Now however, I have keep a neutral colour palette with a few added colours that I like and know look good on me, and I go for comfort and styles that I know work instead of just what appeals to me when I go shopping.
Continue reading A Minimal Wardrobe: 3 Reasons Why I Love it