Posts Categorized: Minimalism

Fall Capsule Wardrobe 2018

Fall is my absolute favorite season for fashion (bring me all the boots and cozy knits, please!). Since I’ve been trying to practice the French 5-Piece Wardrobe System, where you only add a handful of items to your wardrobe each season, I have to be very intentional with my purchasing this season. I’ve created a… Read more »

Radical Generosity

I’m reading this amazing book called “More or Less” by Jeff Shinabarger. The book revolves around a question: “What would happen if we created a culture in which we gave away whatever was more than enough for us?” I love this question so much because it invites us to focus on both abundant thinking and… Read more »

3 Steps to Improve Your Relationship with Your Stuff

Have you ever considered what you want your relationship to be like with the things you own? If you and your stuff were dating, how would you define your relationship? Needy? Dysfunctional? Erratic? Neglected? What do you want your relationship with your stuff to be like? Assuming there’s room for improvement, read on for three… Read more »

Closet Makeover Program: Last Chance!

Registration is closing soon, and I wanted to give you one last reminder in case you still want to get in on the action! Here are a few details about how the program works: Starting on June 1st, you’ll begin 6 weeks of instruction. Each week you’ll get access to a PDF workbook, and a… Read more »

Your Closet Matters: Here’s Why

When I was in high school, I started helping my girlfriends edit and organize their closets. My process was simple: we would take everything out, review each category together, and only put back the items that fit and flattered. My favorite part was the reaction when we were done. My friends would walk in and… Read more »