I Marie-Kondo’d my bra drawer and feel so uplifted

Rachel Hollis, author of Girl, Wash Your Face was right: Bras are the devil's work. Over my lifetime, I've probably invested the equivalent cost of a luxury German imported car in a futile search for a comfortable bra. I'm convinced they don't exist. Yesterday as I was getting dressed to go out, I tried on no less than three before I found one comfortable enough to wear to the mall. And when I got there I bee-lined it for the Jockey For Her section in the lingerie department in search of something…

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I Marie-Kondo’d my bra drawer and feel so uplifted
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Rachel Hollis urges us to stop apologizing . . . and more

Reading a book by lifestyle guru Rachel Hollis is like administering a massive shot of adrenaline, followed by another and another. The blonde, female version of Tony Robbins is a thirty-seven-year-old Christian mother of four with long blonde extensions, an energy level that's off the scale and a message that is relevant not only to her demographic but to old boomer broads like me. I first saw her on CTV's The Social when she was promoting her earlier book Girl, Wash Your Face. I read it last year and bought…

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Wash your face and get your life together

When I saw Rachel Hollis, author of Girl, Wash Your Face interviewed on CTV's The Social recently I was impressed by her enthusiasm and energy. But what does a 35-year-old Christian mother of four children with a type A++ personality have in common with me? I wondered the same thing when I started reading her book but soon became so engrossed I couldn't put it down. I read the entire book in a day. And despite it being less than 300 pages (depending on the font size on your e-reader) I…

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