I thought about ending this website the other day. Not disappearing off the face of the internet, but to create something new, and different. I’m expanding so much on all these new and great ideas, but I’m afraid they will be rejected on here. Especially with it’s name being connotative to food entirely. Stuck in that classic “oh my, what am I to do?” mindset. Sound familiar?
With all of that, I am doing this post; not in a purpose to teach you a recipe this time, but to give you an insight on where I sit right now with projects, and where we will be going on this story we call life.
Some exciting news that I will be talking about again in the future, is the wondrous company called Stitch Fix. It was originally only a women’s clothing app where they send you a box of clothes based on your specific taste. You fill out an online profile based on color preferences, types of clothing, and your preferred fitting etc.. Then for a $20 styling fee; a real life clothing stylist sends a random assortment of items to your door. All you have to do is choose what’s right for you. Yep, you only pay for what you keep (good luck not keeping everything). It’s pretty amazing, and I was jealous for quite a while. That is, until they recently launched Stitch Fix Men.
You may be thinking “Josh, what the hell are you on about mate?”. Well, this post’s purpose is not only to talk about my new clothing crush for Stitch Fix Men, but also make a point that I am going to be doing some new categories of content. In addition to my food posts; the new categories will fall under “lifestyle”. So that’ll include men’s clothing, kitchenware, and stuff that I all around enjoy.
I’m really happy that this announcement ended up being done in conjunction with my Stitch Fix partnership post. I can’t wait to see what my next fix is; that way I can show you what I’ve gotten! That’s it for today y’all! Be sure to show your boyfriends, husbands, or brothers that it’s not too late to get out of the cargo shorts and graphic teeshirt rut. They will thank you for it later, I promise.
This post is sponsored by Stitch Fix but all opinions are my own.