By Suki Bickett
with commentary by Editor Marcie Everhart
One of the most peaceful and healthful activities is hiking in nature. It reminds you that the world is constantly changing and to look for angles to appreciate right now, in this moment in time.
Soon, when the trees are filled with clusters of green leaves, you won’t be able to see the sun through the branches. There may be a nip in the air now, but that means no flying, stinging, biting bugs to annoy and distract.
Winter’s light softly illuminates without the harsh glare of summer.
The Real-Real Behind the Scenes
Actively seek relaxation.
A Little Background Music
Suki’s leggings are LuLaRoe, sooo you probably know what that means. You’ll need to run down a local dealer doing house parties near you. (There are some very funny stories out there on the Internet about women becoming obsessed with finding the LuLaRoe “unicorns,” the hard-to-find patterns.) We’ve found some online options to hopefully make things a little easier.
Suki’s asymmetric sweater is Stylus from JC Penney. A flattering, long gray tunic that covers the backside with just the right drape — you know those are long gone online. Here’s some very pretty options, though.
Suki’s darling pink and gray hat is by Columbia, no luck finding the specific one, but here’s a link to a lot of cute winter hats by Columbia — the specific line using pinks and lavenders in geometric arrangements is called Urbanization Mix.
*Photos of Suki by Marcie Everhart