Weekend Wisdom: The feedback you give says more about you than the feedback you receive.
I guess it wasn’t a passing fad.
When I started and tried Project 333 for the first time on Oct. 1 2010, I thought it would last for three months. It lasted longer. I’m starting my 12th year of dressing with 33 items or less every 3 months. Why?
- My mornings are easier.
- No decision fatigue.
- I can pack my entire wardrobe in a carry on bag.
- I’m saving money, time and energy.
- I have more attention for what I really care about.
- I feel happier and more at peace dressing with less.
If you want to experience the ease of a capsule wardrobe, try simplifying your closet with Project 333!.
Here are a few articles to help you get started:
- Project 333: The Challenge To Help You Simplify Your Closet
- How to Get Ready for Capsule Wardrobe Challenge Project 333
- Project 333: A Little Guide To Help You Get Started
If you want to know it all, you can read the book here.
I haven’t created my fall 2022 Project 333 capsule wardrobe yet but I’m sure it will look a lot like last years.
Ok … onto the favorites:
This is me decorating for fall.
It’s time to break these 15 bad cleaning habits.
A trick for staying present.
Minimalism is about more than downsizing.
5 women-hosted podcasts to subscribe to.
If it’s been forever (literally) since you meal prepped, here are 7 essential rules.
This playlist is on repeat over here.
Puerto Rico needs our help.
How to have fun again.
This time last year, I wrote this.
The practice of truly enjoying your time off.
If you want to transform your life, start with a few of these micro-habits.
7 judgement-free ways to change your shopping habits.
I have to remind myself to do this over and over again.
Everything I watched while I was sick.
Ohhh, I can’t wait to make this.
This week’s Instagram favorite is from @find_yourgold because sometimes we need a little list.
I hope you enjoy this edition of Weekend Favorites and have a beautiful, safe, healthy, loving weekend.