Change . . .will do you good.

Similar poncho here, same jeans here and I have these also here, similar jeans here, same booties here, this is my third season with these booties and they are work horses and they still bring them back each year so people must really like them. 

I reported in a post a couple of weeks ago that I signed up for an online six-week boot camp that would help me build muscle and get stronger. I made it though week one and it was a bear! But I am still in the game, more determined than ever. I have always tried to live a healthy lifestyle so I read and try a lot of things. I have to eat very low calorie most of the time with lots of running and hiking to stay my healthy weight. This boot camp has taught me a lot of new things that make sense. I am loving the challenge!

Meanwhile, while I was thinking about ways to improve my health I was so tired of my hairstyle and knew I wanted to make a change there too. My stylist and friend whom I have been going to for ten years, helped me pick out a style that I love. I can wear it straight or curly and do so many fun things with it! But it is a change for sure. I have always loved change and believe it can only move you forward. 

For this shoot I wore a poncho purchased a couple of years ago at Costco, it is a beautiful soft cashmere with soft neutral colors. I have on a thermal top (also bought at Costco) for added warmth, skinny jeans and booties. Yep, I like this change just fine!

How do you incorporate change in your life?  Do you see it as a good or bad thing?

If you want more outfit ideas stop by my Northwest Mountain Style Boutique here. And if anyone is interested in learning more about this boot camp send me an email at northwestmountainliving@gmail.com.

I'm linking up with Not Dead Yet Style for Visible Monday, Style Nudge for Shoe and Tell Not Dressed As Lamb for I Will Wear What I Like, By Laurn M for Mix It Monday and Elegantly Dressed and Stylish for Turning Heads. Also, I am participating in a link up with Everthing Just So and The Rich Life in Wine Country called How I Wear My. I hope to see you there!

Thanks for stopping by!

Peace!