GOOD MORNING YOU GORGEOUS BUNCH! How are we all doing? I hope your week has started smoothly and that you have a lovely day. So today's post is another sort of reflective one that has a dash of a personal touch. I was thinking about how I have changed as a person over the last year alone, and was thinking about what I have done and what I could do, to continue this journey of personal growth. So here's a little post all about that. Enjoy x
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As a Fashion Blogger, Fashion Marketing Student and all-round Fashion LOVER, it can become almost second nature to collect and hoard clothing. Always scouring the web for new clothes and styling ideas can amount to a whole lotta money and a whole lotta material.
Aside from clothes, I own very little and I am always clearing out my things so that I have the absolute bare minimum. I hate clutter. However, in terms of my wardrobe I would say it reflects me so inaccurately because I cannot seem to keep things minimal.
Over the past year or so, I have really grown into myself more, and have a much deeper and stronger bond with my inner being and who I am/want to be. My decisions this year have made me extremely content and the memories I have made will be kept close to my heart for my forever. So, as I am in this deep happiness, I feel as though it is time I start to highlight what is important in my life, and remove what isn't. A hefty wardrobe, draws full of junk, a catastrophe of small pillows... these things are not going to cause me greater happiness.
Therefore, over the next month or so, I am going to be sorting through my belongings and attempting to lead a more minimalist life. My wardrobe will be the most difficult to obtain, but I feel as though the excess of clothing I own is purely excess and that I do not need to be surrounded my material possession. So, I will hopefully try to share with you when I sort out my wardrobe, and keep you all updated on how I'm doing with living in a more minimalist way.
Sending peace and love x
'Let loose once in a while. Stay up too late, drink until you drop, order the dirtiest, fattest, most delicious item off the menu. You cannot live your whole life restricting yourself only to what is good and healthy for the body. Sometimes you have got to do what is good and healthy for the soul.' Beau Taplin / Good and Healthy