In a lot of ways we live pretty conservatively, consuming mindfully and slowly, however I was thinking the other day that there are still certain times when it’s good to let it rain and spend with absolute reckless abandon. Continue reading “A time to splurge”
There is nothing more peaceful than living in a simple home that has been de-cluttered Konmari style in order to be surrounded by only a few things that we truly love. Realising that less is more certainly makes for a much more mindful shopper.. enjoying the art of browsing and mentally absorbing the designers creativity without the impulse to purchase. Over the years I have learnt a few things about a capsule wardrobe:
+ The happy dance rule. If it doesn’t inspire a happy dance in the change rooms don’t buy it. Unless you physically cannot walk out of the store without taking that AMAAAZING item home, then leave it on the racks – if you’re unsure now, you will only grow to despise the purchase in a few short months. This applies to everything from clothes to beauty products to items for the home, just a few happy dance shopping trips later and you will have saved a lot of money and saved the planet from the tonnes of environmental resources that go into making goods that no-one really values.
Continue reading “A simple wardrobe”