Winona Dimeo-Ediger

Winona Dimeo-Ediger

Bio

Winona Dimeo-Ediger is a blogger, author, and banjo enthusiast based in Nashville, Tennessee. Follow her on Instagram @winonarose.

Winona Dimeo-Ediger Articles

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Off The Cuff: I Need Some Cool, Comfy Shoes For My Walk To Work

I grew up way out in the country, and lying in bed at night I used to gaze out my window and think, “Maybe someday I’ll live in a cool apartment in the city where I can walk to stuff.” That was literally my big dream of far-off adulthood.

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3 Ways To Turn Cabin Fever Into Couples Therapy

If the weather has you cooped up with your partner, here's how to cope and bond instead of snap and split.

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How Do I Ease Myself Into Spring Fashion Without Freezing To Death?

Our resident aesthetic ace—with an assist from Drake—offers fashion advice to our Canadian writer Anne, who's sick of the cold and her clothes.

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"Ladies and gentlemen, please fasten your seatbelts..."

Off The Cuff: Help Me Find My Perfect Airport Outfit!

If you don’t have a pair of pixie pants, girl, you need to get a pair of pixie pants.

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A Love Letter To My Curvy Dance Instructor

When I felt a familiar wave of insecurity creeping up and threatening to mute my movements, I looked to you for inspiration, and I danced even bigger.

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new life, new look.

Off The Cuff: I Need A New Wardrobe For My New Life

Here are a few tips for managing a major style transition without going bankrupt/insane.

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10 Easy Ways To Afford Health Care In America

In light of the news that the GOP’s Affordable Care Act replacement

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20 Things You Should Never Apologize For (And 10 You Totally Should)

A New York Times editorial about women’s proclivity for apologizing for things that aren’t their fault has been making the rounds on social media this week. For many of us, the article hit home in a pretty profound way, especially the scene where the author, Sloane Crosley, described saying “sorry” multiple times for a restaurant messing up her order, something over which she had absolutely no control and in fact should have been receiving apologies for.

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4 Tips For Hashtagging Your Most Deeply Private Moments

For example, if you’re having gastrointenstinal distress, resist the urge to hashtag it with something generic like #diarrheacramps. Instead, include your first and last name and the date to make it your own: #LynnSmithDiarrheaCrampsFebruary2016.

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Off The Cuff: How Do I Downsize My Humongous Makeup Collection?

One of the best things that happened when I downsized my wardrobe was that I finally felt like my clothes were working for me, not vice versa. I wasn’t constantly stressed about the mess in my bedroom from clothes that didn’t fit in the dresser. I no longer had daily freakouts about what to wear while staring at an overstuffed closet. I had a nice selection of clothes that served me well.

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