Browsing Archive: September, 2011

Put Your Panties Where Your Mouth Is

Posted by Jillian Harrington on Tuesday, September 27, 2011, In : home 
Um.  Or not exactly.

But do go to your underwear.  At least in your head.  Go ahead, take a peak inside.  Pull out your underwear and take a gander.

What would you think if someone opened up your underwear drawer and started riffling through it?  I mean, aside from them being creepy for doing that.  But would you be proud?  Or a bit embarrased?  Or Mortified?

Your clothes are symbolic of how you portray yourself to the world.  Your clothes are how you define yourself, and how you ask others to d...
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The Okayness of Right Now

Posted by Jillian Harrington on Sunday, September 11, 2011, In : enjoying life 
Hey! (waves arms frantically) HEY!!  Can you hear me??!!

Sorry.  It kinda looked like you were wrapped up in your thoughts again.  That happens, huh?  You get so wrapped up in your thoughts that you don't even see everything that is happening around you.

What are you thinking about that is so important?  Are you solving the earth's greatest problems?  Coming to deep personal revelations?

Well, maybe sometimes.  But most of the time I'm guessing that you are just thinking, again, about how upse...
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Q&A with Jillian: Your Closet - A Doorway to Freedom!

Posted by Jillian Harrington on Saturday, September 3, 2011, In : home 


Dear Jillian,

You know what? I am totally blocked when it comes to dealing with the closets. I think it's a combo of fear of dust and fear of making decisions. I even have the mask for the task, but gah....

Karen


Dear Karen,

I hear ya.  Closets really can be the bane of our existence, can't they?  Just a handy little place to tuck something away, and before you know it you are afraid to open if for what might fall down upon you.  Funny you bring this up, because I was just discussing the ot...
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