I thought “wouldn’t it be crazy if … ?” would be a good title for this because the new Project 333 Book & Course are available right now.
Some of you may remember when I announced minimalist fashion challenge Project 333 for the first time back in 2010 and many of you are just hearing about it for the first time. Project 333 started with this question, “wouldn’t it be crazy if I dressed with 33 items or less?” If you had seen my closet before I started Project 333, you’d understand why this was such a crazy question.
I’ve asked this question so many times, and been thrilled with the answers!
I’ve asked, wouldn’t it be crazy if …
- we downsized from a big house to an apartment less than half the size?
- I quit my job and created my own microbusiness?
- I traveled for a month to several countries with only a carry on?
- I quit drinking?
- started a podcast?
So I was thinking, wouldn’t it be crazy if we all came together and did Project 333 from April 1st – June 30th (no matter where you live, what the weather is or where you work and even if you think you LOVE clothes and shopping)?
I’d like to invite you to join me for the first live, collaborative season of Project 333.
To help everyone come together, answer your questions and guide you through your fears and concerns in creating a capsule wardrobe, I made you the new Project 333 Video Course. Over the years of not only doing the challenge myself but hearing from thousands of other people taking the leap, I’ve learned a lot about what gets in the way. Things like laundry and weather and uniforms!
The very best part about minimalist fashion challenge Project 333 is that it starts in your closet and moves to your heart. The benefits you’ll experience will move far beyond your capsule wardrobe. After three months of dressing less (and even sooner), it’s likely that you will:
- save money
- have more time in the morning
- care less about what other people think about you
- develop more confidence
- ask “wouldn’t it be crazy if …?” in other areas of your life
- feel more calm
- have more clarity about what really matters to you
I’m in my 10th year of dressing with 33 items or less and there is no possible way I’d still be doing that if it wasn’t adding immense value to my life. I recently helped a self-proclaimed lover of clothes narrow down to 33 items. She started with four closets and now she’s using half of one. She was surprised that when we made piles of her clothes, her “love” pile was the smallest and her “toss” pile was the largest by far.
Here are a few things you can expect from the course:
- Different content than the book.
- Video lessons that are available in audio and written format too.
- A video describing my current capsule collection.
- Supportive community in the form of an (optional) private Facebook group.
- Live Q & A with me.
- Awesome tech support and heart support.
Join Project 333 anyway you want to join
You can read the book, take the course or do Project 333 on your own.
Between the new book and the video course, you’ll have everything you need to choose 33 items to dress with for the next 3 months. And the best part is that once you’ve created your new, tiny wardrobe, you won’t have to think about what you are going to wear for awhile and instead will save an incredible amount of money, time and mental bandwidth for the things in life that you are actually interested in and that really deserve your attention.
A couple of things to reassure you:
- You don’t have to get rid of anything (but you can if you want to).
- I’m not going to tell you what to wear.
- Three months goes by very quickly
- This isn’t a project in suffering. If you need to replace or repair something, you can.
- You will have enough.
From April 1 – June 30th, no matter where you live or what you do for work or what might be standing in your way right now, let’s get together and see what dressing with less will bring. Wouldn’t it be crazy if we all did it together and supported and inspired each other?
Join the course here (If you purchase the book, there is a discount for the course that will cover the cost of most books).