I’ll be honest – this is the first time in the past couple of years that I’ve felt genuinely happy. I’m fully content with where my life is heading, and I wouldn’t change a thing. Always staying busy, reconnecting with friends, working hard, and moving my life forward – these are the things that fuel my drive every day. 2017 has been very good to me so far, and I intend to run with these positive vibes to create something incredible.
Because of all the things I have to accomplish on a typical busy day, I finally decided to take a more minimalist approach to my wardrobe and personal style. The last thing I need is a distraction. I no longer have the time to stand in my walk-in for hours figuring out which outfit would work for a given occasion so I’ve cut out more than half of my wardrobe because it was time for a change.
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Getting rid of material junk (i.e. clothes & shoes I no longer want/wear, etc.) actually helped declutter my mind. I’m much happier now with less stuff than with all the unnecessary pieces that I owned. I’m not saying that I’m a fully-fledged minimalist; I’m simply taking this approach to my wardrobe. It just makes life easier when you have an uncomplicated yet cohesive closet and most pieces pair well with each other. It allows me to stress less about what to wear, and instead spend that time being productive or seeing people who really matter.
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How do you declutter your mind?
Outfit Details – Top: UNIQLO; Shorts: Zara; Ring: Joomi Lim; Happiness Necklace: Lola & Grace; Bangles: Alex & Ani; Bralette: SHEIN.