Has being quarantined changed your wardrobe?
recent article in USA Today
says we now have
and it includes more pajamas and less pants!
While you may not be quite this laid back, working from home does allow some time to reflect on what is hanging in your closet and folded in your dresser drawers.
According to Elizabeth L. Cline, author of our book feature below,
most of us use just 30% of the hundreds of clothing items we own. She recommends a clean-out, but she encourages a slower, more thoughtful process. Unlike many other minimalism and decluttering plans, this one also focuses on finding a productive new home for cast-offs.
Cline asks readers to first take "a fashion fast," a full and intentional break from buying new clothes. This break can be used to evaluate past spending habits, repair existing clothing, and shop unused clothes already owned. Sounds like the perfect activity for when you are quarantined at home!
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