Make Informed Decisions About What’s In Your Closet
If your closet is a time capsule reflecting multiple seasons of life or you’ve simply acquired more than you wear or have space for, taking time to reevaluate what serves you in your current season is a form of self-care. It may be counterintuitive, but too many choices can actually lead to decision-making fatigue when getting dressed.
It often feels frustrating to let go of clothes you bought but that aren’t working anymore. In addition, Many women feel conflicted about editing their wardrobes because they don’t want to let go of the memories or feelings associated with certain items. At the same time, some of those exact same items may also trigger negative feelings because they no longer fit or don’t align with your current life.
Making decisions during an Edit session isn’t just about what’s “in” or “out”; it’s about identifying pieces that are worth holding onto and recommitting to wear them. Each woman’s circumstances are unique, but the sense of accomplishment that comes from making informed decisions about what’s in your closet is universal.
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