it’s ok to say, i’m not ok. friendly house is ready to have your back. nothing but love for this wonderful community of women. if you’re struggling - make this your first step toward taking hold of your future. http://friendlyhousela.org/ ♥️ @kateylous@friendlyhousela
I wear used clothes. i love the originality, softness and that each one has a story. i love turning someone's trash into my own personal treasure. i’m thrilled to partner on the @thredup x @oliviawilde and @consciousco#chooseused collection to spark a conversation around textile waste. (thredup.com/chooseused or link in bio to shop). they have re-designed thousands of used items into retro statement pieces that celebrate clothing re-use - all to combat the fashion waste crisis. fashion is the second most polluting industry after oil. keeping clothes in circulation longer makes an actual difference (hence keeping all my old granny p*****s - doing what i can for the cause, people!)
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Today i’m in the miraculous position of being one year sober. i’ve done a lot of cool things in this life, but none has brought me the peace, joy and lasting connections that being part of a sober fellowship has (not even all girls camp. sorry, bunk kingfisher.) life is full of problems, but the cool thing about this one is that there is a solution: in every city, in many countries, you can find a group of people who are working hard to live sober, accountable lives and want to support you on your quest to do the same. i didn’t know i had an issue with drugs for a long time: because they were doctor prescribed, because i was outwardly successful and not a wild in da club party chick. but wouldn’t you say that hurting people you love is an issue? wouldn’t you say feeling lost and lonely much of the time is an issue? wouldn’t you say wearing shorts to a movie premiere *is* an issue? sobriety hasn’t fixed my world. life is still challenging- that’s the nature of the game. but every day i am surprised by the richness and depth of, well, reality. i don’t need to escape this beautiful carnival. instead, i’m on the ride. please remember you are never too far gone, too broken or too unique. there are people in plain sight waiting to help you. let’s do this.
It’s a real toss up as to who loves @chelseahandler more, ingrid the dog or me. i am so glad i got to paint her wise pretty lol face the night before her book release. today, her new memoir life will be the death of me is available everywhere and imho it’s the most personal and honest thing she’s ever shared, and that’s really saying something. i’m proud of ya, mama 😍 🎨❤️