Today my post is inspired by Henry David Thoreau and his classic work, Walden Pond. It’s a short post, because I’ve spent most of the afternoon clearing out stuff I don’t really need: clothes, purses, shoes, jewelry. I feel so free.
A different me, one that was overly concerned with looking fabulous on the outside instead of being truly authentic, purchased all these things over the past few years–and I won’t lie, I often had fun shopping!. But if the past few years have shown me anything, it’s that there are truly more important things in life than material goods.
The bags you see below will be donated to Planet Aid: it’s as easy as driving to the supermarket and throwing them in a bin.
Not inspired to purge your closets anytime soon? Well, if you’re still feeling a bit selfish, also know that as a result of this effort, I’m able to get rid of the wobbly shoe tree, all my handbags fit on my holder, and all my clothes fit in one closet (with room to spare). Benefits all around.