30 Chic Days Series
My first 30 Chic Days series began way back in November 2010. It was a spur-of-the-moment thing to slow down rather than rev up before the Christmas season began. I have since done four series, each in a slightly different format, but all still good fun, and, I hope inspiring.
It was requested that I link to the first day of each of my 30 Chic Days series, so it's easy to find them to read through. I thought that was such a great idea, so here they are. I hope you have fun reading through my 'vintage' 30 Chic Days Series.
30 Chic Days - Series 1:
This series is similar to my book Thirty Chic Days: Practical inspiration for a beautiful life, in that it is 30 mini-essays dedicated to a small action or change that will bring about a more chic way of living.
Read Series 1, with Day 1 here; you can then click on Next Post underneath the comments, to go to Day 2, and Day 3 etc.
30 Chic Days - Series 2:
For the second 30 Chic Days series, I chose to keep uppermost in my mind the way I wished to live, focusing on all the small things I could do each day to lead me towards my goal of living a more chic, healthy and elegant life.
You can start Series 2, with Day 1 here.
30 Chic Days - Series 3:
The third series is similar to the first series, with each day being an easy chic tip or different way of thinking.
You can start Series 3 here.
Which leads us up to the most recent fourth series which we've just completed.
30 Chic Days - Series 4:
Series 4 started off with me detailing my day - what I ate, what I wore, any exercise completed etc, and then changed into a daily topic, as I very quickly ran out of different outfits and meal ideas, because... well, I like to keep my life simple. It's funny that I didn't have enough to fill 30 days, but there you go, the 'chic minimal' way of life!
You can start Series 4, with Day 1 here.
I hope you enjoy going through these series, and if you are inspired to start your own 30 Chic Days Series, you can do so at any time and in whichever way you desire. There are no rules or regulations; the most important thing is to make it fun and exciting, that way it will be a pleasure and not a chore.