Halloween All Year

Hello folks, 
I hope all is well. I am starting to think about Halloween. A while back, I guess you could say a year ago, I read this amazing article in Elle Magazine about turning Halloween costumes into the perfect outfit, which would allow you to get more than one wear out of your costume. It was genius. So, I figure this year would be the ideal time to test the theory for myself. The dress in the picture up top I think would be my perfect costume, but would  translate pretty easily into something that I would wear. I think paired with a cool pair of JCs, a messy bun and some serious arm candy, it could be great. What I love even more is the price tag ($13) of this potential new dress. Just take a peek for yourself  Woolworth’s Halloween store

The top 5 horror villains of all time

Freddy Krueger – A Nightmare on Elm Street

Freddy Krueger is arguably the most sinister movie villain of all time. He’s a
hideously disfigured serial murderer who kills children in their dreams
to spite their parents for burning him alive. Famous for his red and black
striped jumper, burnt face and razor gloves, Krueger can scare even the most
ardent horror fan.

Jason Voorhees – Friday the 13th

Bullied as a child, Jason Voorhees tried to prove he could swim to the other
boys at camp but drowned trying. Jason eventually reappears to avenge his
murderous mother’s death years later. Aside from his famous hockey mask,
the scariest aspect to Jason’s character is that he’s seemingly indestructible
and will stop at nothing in his quest for blood.

Jigsaw – Saw

The Saw series is a modern horror phenomenon, mainly because of the
sinister actions of Jigsaw. Intent on righting the wrongs of the public, Jigsaw
locks his victims in increasingly vile ‘games’ that test their moral codes.

Leatherface – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Leatherface was the original sadistic character that everyone loved to hate.
While working in the family slaughter house and cafĂ©, it wasn’t exactly the

normal sort of game that he and his brothers were serving up to customers.
Leatherface would use his famous chainsaw to kill his victims before using
leftover flesh to make masks and bones to make furniture. A truly horrible

Chucky – Child’s Play

When serial killer Charles Lee Ray is murdered by detective Norris, Ray
uses his power to transfer his spirit into the first thing he could find – a child’s
toy known as Chucky. The ultra-creepy doll sets about using his new ‘owner’
find the person responsible for his death, with murderous revenge on his

Do you have any plans for Halloween?

Fashion Diary: Casual Chaos and Thoughts

Verdict is in. It's one of those days where you just want to wear what you want and toss some heels on. 

Happy Monday. I hope all is well. Lately I have been rethinking what direction I want to take my blog in. If you haven't gotten a chance to read my other posts, there have been a few new developments in my life. I now work full time at the historic Miami Times paper. I have my own section at the paper called "Style and Substance" and I couldn't be more happy and scared out of my mind at the same time about my new job responsibility. 

Balance: I am working on finding balance. Worthy magazine will always be my passion and a source of confidence for what I do. My origins in blogging, I think, played a crucial role in the development of Worthy. I say that to say that I need to find a balance and lately I have not been able to do that. So that is my new focus. 

Thoughts: Since I have started working in Miami, I have met a lot of amazing bloggers and amazing journalists as well as business professionals. It is easy to lose focus, which I think in so many ways  has happened to me. I am not sure what I want my blog to discuss anymore. So this is my fair warning to those who still swing by the blog. I am finding myself professionally and personally. I can't really give you an outline of what will you find on this blog. I can only post entries and if anyone reads it, then great. But if not, that is fine as well. I am blogging for myself. 
 Much love,