For as long as I can recall – and long before minimalism and capsule closets became “a thing” – I’ve kept my belongings simple.
Not out of some pull towards asceticism…but rather, because I love the sense of lightness, ease and spaciousness it brings.
I love what it allows space for.
Ones that are simple.
Ones that feel “like you.”
Ones that make choosing what to wear easy – because you love all the options.
This is how my own closet works. And it’s how eating works for me too.
If they’re produced in a sustainable, ethical fashion – all the better.
With food too, I find simple is better. High-quality meals on rotation – typically featuring animal protein surrounded by local, in-season veggies.
Nothing complicated. Nothing less than absolutely, positively delicious.
It’s as simple as that.
It also opens up space…and brings ease.
Having fewer choices – so long as they’re all *perfectly me* and *perfectly delicious* – just feels right.
And you? Where do you fall on the simplicity-to-complexity spectrum with clothing, eating and life?
I’d love to hear in the comments.
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