Category: Organization

First Goal

Do a complete decluttering of all things Kon Marie style and no stopping or skipping/switching tasks until it’s done; in essence: get things done!

This post is a reminder to myself, so don’t mind me reader.

A Farewell to Fairy Lights

I took down some white Christmas lights that I’d used to adorn my wardrobe for many years today, for so long I felt that the wardrobe didn’t quite feel right without it and I’d almost taken it down on one other occasion a couple of years back, but today it felt like it was finally time. I’ve enjoyed how it looked all this time, but I think it’s time for it to go and this is my farewell to my cozy fairy lights, I’m just ready for some change.

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Revisiting the KonMari Method and the Art of Discarding

I’ve read the book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up 3 times already and followed most of its advice in the past, but I never really completed my journey and would like to, so I’m returning to my discarding and organization journey once again.

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These are three of the dresses I’ll be getting rid of. The middle one is much harder to let go of than the other two. One of my great aunts’ who has Alzheimer’s now had helped me choose it years ago and so that dress holds a soft spot in my heart, but I don’t necessarily want to wear it anymore.

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For now I’m getting rid of six tops. I don’t imagine I’ll ever wear the shirt on the far left, I dislike the cut of the arms of the other two tops, and the pink floral one is a top I got a number of compliments on in the past, but I just don’t like it very much.

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For these three, it’s just two t-shirts and a floral top. The floral top is another shirt I got a good number of compliments on, but I dislike the fabric and find the straps to be too narrow when it comes to bras.

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The last two items for now is a trench coat and this book that I’d intended to give to someone as a gift, but the time has passed at this time for that, so I’ll just get rid of it.