According to wellness consultant Ena Magon, “Periodically clearing your wardrobe of unnecessary items and replenishing it with things that support your current desires can do wonders for your self-esteem, outlook and life.”
How often have you stood in front of your wardrobe wondering what to wear? Most people don’t realise how much emotion is attached to the items in our wardrobes and the impact they have on our health. Clearing your wardrobe of the items that are no longer useful frees up space not only in your wardrobes but also in your lives for more practical thing that support your goals and desires. This also creates space for new people and experiences in your life.
Everything from your underwear to your outerwear help you express yourself. Picture: Pexels.com
Here are 5 simple steps to creating a more healthy wardrobe (and life).
Step 1: Assess how you feel when you look at items in your wardrobe
This is a reflection of how you feel about different areas of your life.
Step 2: Consider what items in your wardrobe you actually use
You might discover that many things are outdated.
Step 3: Take inventory of what you have and don’t have
Do you need fewer socks and more work-out clothes?
Step 4: Make space for the new you by removing what you no longer need
Note your emotional attachment to the items in your wardrobe and how they relate to people, places and nostalgic memories.
Step 5: Decide what you are missing and would like to add to your wardrobe (and life)
Make a list of new things that will support your current goals, plans and desires.
The items in your wardrobe represent what your life and dreams are made of, so choose wisely!