2979: 7 Things I've Learned By Wearing The Same Things Over And Over Again by Courtney Carver of Be More With Less
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Exploring the transformative power of simplifying your wardrobe, this episode delves into the lessons learned from wearing the same outfits repeatedly. Discover how minimizing clothing choices leads to greater happiness, less concern about others' opinions, and more mental energy for creativity and important decisions. The episode illuminates how a simple wardrobe can be a gateway to a simpler, more fulfilling life.
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Quotes to ponder:
"I need way less than I think to be happy. The more I had, the more I wanted. It seemed like my clothes needed more clothes. [...] When I applied this to the rest of my life, I finally realized I had enough and that I was enough."
"No one cares what I’m wearing. [...] Now when I’m making decisions about how I want to live my life, or do my work, I can do what’s best for me regardless of opinions that might not be supportive. I’ve also realized that other people’s thoughts about me aren’t really about me. They are about them."
"Deciding what to wear requires mental energy better spent on other things. [...] Now, in curating a small capsule wardrobe, there are no daily decisions required. I get to wear my favorite things every day. I streamline other decisions too so when it comes to being creative and making the big choices, I have energy and clarity."
Project 333: The Minimalist Fashion Challenge That Proves Less Really is So Much More: Amazon
Dress with Less and Create a Capsule Wardrobe: Course
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