Saturday, November 11

Embracing Femininity Through Touch...

Here are some things that we can do to improve the feminine touch of things:

Wear clothing that is touchable. Some great fabrics are: soft and crisp cottons, soft or fine woolens, and anything soft, silky, and womanly.


Be sure to apply lotion to your skin daily to prevent roughness.

Use conditioner in your hair to promote soft, silky strands.

Add texture to your decorating by using soft blankets, throw pillows, and other linens.

Be sure to keep surfaces in your home clean and dust free.

Use fabric softener or dryer sheets when doing laundry.

Wear soft slippers around your home during the day to keep your toes pampered and warm.

Use baskets of different weaves to hold odds and ends around your home.

Keep fluffy towels in your kitchen and bathroom.

Just as your husband gets into the shower on a cold day, toss his towel into the dryer so that it is toasty when he's ready to use it.

After going for a long walk, enjoy a hot beverage or an icy cold one... depending on the weather.

Take a cat nap in the sun and feel the warm sun on your skin.

Take a long, luxurious bath complete with bubbles or bath oils.

Give yourself a manicure and pedicure.

Exfoliate your lips and use a lip balm to help them stay soft.

Be gentle.

Learn to move more slowly, elegantly, and purposefully.

Walk in a light graceful manner.

Practice feminine facial expressions.

Keep your legs smooth by shaving or waxing frequently.

6 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Great ideas

Mrs.R said...

I always enjoy your idea lists.

Mrs.B. said...

I always enjoy your idea lists too!

LeanNot said...

I do, too. :)

Mrs. U said...

I really enjoy your blog!! It's just beautiful!! You have such wonderful ideas, too! I'll bet you look so lovely and feminine all the time!

His,
Mrs. U

Emma said...

Thank you for your kind remarks, ladies! I don't deserve them! Unfortunatly, I don't look lovely and feminine all the time:( It is my goal though!!

Emma

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...