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Monday, July 30, 2012

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My purse is organized. We’re talking no stray items floating in the bottom of the bag, no struggling to find objects in the bottom of the well. A clutter free and organized purse is the key to feeling in control at any given moment. The moment tiny objects start swimming in the depths of my purse, bad things happen. (Now, I’m not sure if this is really true because it has never happened but I keep my purse in check just to be safe.) My secret? Tiny bags within my bag. From zippered pouches to frame purses, wrangling the tiny necessities in life is a surefire to live a good one.

Humoresque is the type of shop you find yourself going back to time and time again. Handcrafted by Takako Watanabe, each of these frame purses are tiny works of art you can carry around with you daily. From coin purses to pouches, I find myself coveting one for every day of the week. You know, to match my outfits…or my mood. The Good Life is all about beauty (and organization.) Humoresque has just the right tools to hold it together for you.

Humoresque is giving away one Mix Color Dots Coin Purse to one lucky winner! To enter to win, please answer the following question by Monday, August 6th. Comments now closed….good luck!

What is your greatest strength?

Start checking the winner’s box on Monday, August 13th, to see if you’ve won!

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  1. 1
    holly G says:

    My greatest strength is probably the way i relate to people and build rapport easily.

  2. 2
    heather f says:

    I’m not afraid to charge in to disaster situations. I’m a medical disaster responder.

  3. 3
    Lauren G says:

    My greatest strength is my persistence.

  4. 4
    Jenni says:

    My optimism. I don’t feel right without a smile on my face and I always look for the opportunity in any situation, and push myself to reach it. I feel that life is too short to go through grumpy… and I don’t want to waste a single moment. 🙂 

  5. 5
    Antler says:

    My greatest strength is being mentally strong. Telling myself that I will be okay, and keep looking up.

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    Antler says:

    My greatest strength is being mentally strong. Telling myself that I will be okay, and keep looking up. To be calm through chaos.

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    Peyton says:

    My greatest strength would be my commitment to something, a job, a family, a hobby even. To stay focused on the goal and work as hard as I can for it, without giving up. To be dedicated.

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    Patty says:

    I am not sure this is fully appropriate for a blog, but it is true:

    My best strength is not in me, at all, but in God. Without Him, we are weak. He is my strength, my confidence, my happiness. As long as I trust him, I will be strong in whatever I do! Words cannot even fully explain.

  9. 9
    ella says:

    My greatest strength is my ability to keep moving forward.

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    Katherine W says:

    I think my strengths fluctuate through the different phases of my life… right now I’m moving a lot, working some and earning my masters. I think right now my greatest strength is responding with resilience to my changing surroundings while staying grounded in my identity as an individual. 

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    Danya says:

    My greatest strength is being mentally strong; going through the 2 hottest months of the year with 2 kids and staying sane, happy and healthy!

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    Stacy says:

    I just read everyone else’s answers and am impressed. Maybe I am not as self-aware as others. I guess my greatest strength is holding my family together through all the crises, big or small. But I only have that stength cuz the hubs holds me up when I start to falter.

  13. 13
    Courtney says:

    I am inquisitive, I love researching about things and learning about something in order to make myself better at my career (art education).

  14. 14
    Jen says:

    My greatest strength is my ability to keep going. Some call it stubborness; I like to call it stamina.

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    Randy says:

    My greatest strength is not in me, but those around me. My family and friends – I can’t talk all of the credit. They are always there for me, and for us all, really. Where would we be without them? They are my strength!

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    AmyB says:

    I have a super human level of patience that is the most helpful thing ever when raising a toddler.

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    Lucy W. says:

    What I believe to be one of the greatest strengths I have been given is my tendency to become easily fascinated with seemingly mundane things. Also, I can eat a lot.

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    Jessica Weipert says:

    Patience. I don’t get mad easily. The world is already full of people who are rude, no need to join that crowd! 

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    Kristen H. says:

    My greatest strength is the ability to close my mouth and take the high road, when something really isn’t worth an argument. It takes a surprising amount of self control, but it really does feel better than to bicker about something silly.

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    Jac says:

    My greatest strength is my patience with others. I learned it helping tutor my sister, who has learning disabilities and a short fuse, in grade school. Now as a parent I consider it a necessity to being the best mom I can be. 

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    Sarah Jane says:

    My greatest strength is finding the bright side of the dark side of things. 🙂

  22. 22
    Juliet Farmer says:

    i am very independent. comes in handy since i’;m self employed. 🙂

  23. 23
    Tabetha says:

    My creativity!  

  24. 24
    linda says:

    my greatest strength is my creative spirit!

  25. 25
    Heather says:

    choosing the right people to surround me in my life, to, in turn, help to make me stronger

  26. 26
    Rinny says:

    My greatest strength would have to be my ability to smile through just about anything and to make others smile when they need to.

  27. 27
    Rebecca H. says:

    I think my greatest strength is my compassion.

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    loretta E says:

    My greatest strength is that I’m stubborn to a fault, which means I get things done when I say I’m going to.

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    Jennifer says:

    To quote Tina Fey, “bitches get stuff done.” And I, sometime through sheer force of will alone, get stuff done. 

  30. 30
    Valerie C. says:

    I guess it’s the fact that I’m smart. I was one of those nerdy MENSA kids  lol

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    Throuthehaze says:

    My greatest strength is my compassion

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    jessminda says:

    My ability to prioritize: I put the BS dead last 🙂 

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    Brittany (starrynytex) says:

    My greatest strength is definitely my creativity. It never stops and allows me to create amazing things to share with the ones I love.

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    My enthusiasm! I constantly amaze myself with the ideas that I can support – pitch me something exciting and I’ll give it my all. From running a music charity with my husband to being on the board of the local children’s library, I’ve got oodles of positive gung-ho to keep these projects going. (No wonder I’ve got nothing left when it comes to my deadlines ;-P

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    Maire K says:

    I think it’s my reliability. You can always rely on me.

  36. 36
    Brittany says:

    my energy. i can always find the light to keep pushing forward.

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    Peyton Keith says:

    My greatest strength is helping others. Since I was a small little thing, I have always found I could help others with my words – advice for friendship, relationships, etc. I always listen and try to put myself in their shoes.

  38. 38
    Keith says:

    Integrity – Being honest, kind, and reliable.

  39. 39
    Madeline says:

    my ability to plan a great event!

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    Amy Grace says:

    The fact that I tend to be able to know what about to happen before it happens. I guess you could say a little psychic.

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    Ella P. says:

    my being resilient to every difficult situations..

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    Erin says:

    I’d say my greatest strength would be my loyalty. My true, close friends are near and dear to my heart, and I’d do almost anything for them if they needed my help, or even just a listening ear. 

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    sam says:

    My independence !!!  And that has made all the difference in my surviving the last three years since my husband walked out on the kids and I.

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    Suzi C says:

    I think I have a few but my ‘greatest’ would be that I can talk to people of any age and get along with them. My best friend is in her 70’s (I’m 21) and I’m a mum too- my two best friends are at the complete opposite ends of the ‘age spectrum’ so to speak.

    I also used to deliver hot meals to the elderly and absolutely fell in love with their wee stories and not-so-wee stories.

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    Megan says:

    I would have to say my greatest strength is my positivitiy.  Seeing the bright side comes in handy in many situations.  From being excited about late night snacks when pulling an all-nighter to finish a paper, to helping my clients identify the good in their hard lives, my ability to remain positive is invaluable.

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    Emma says:

    I am insanely, unbearably, overhwelmingly stubborn. Thus, I never give up, never stop trying, and never, ever let other people convince me that I cannot achieve the impossible.

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    Linnea says:

    My calming presence. It takes a lot for me to get upset and I have an ability to spread the calm to others. It benefits my relationships and my work as a social worker. 

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    Theresa says:

    I am honest. I try to be as kind as possible, but if you ask me I will tell you. I will!

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    Cat says:

    my ability to connect with anyone

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    Kate says:

    My greatest strength is that I’m stubborn to a fault