It was time to let it go. Let it all go.
And when I did, it felt so liberating!
You know what the best part is? Thinking back at all of the stuff I got rid of/donated/threw out, I can't even begin to tell you, or remember, what they were. It just goes to show that those "things" I was holding onto all this time obviously wasn't needed, and now my living space can breathe through the broken clutter.
A few weeks ago when I came across this book, it really inspired me to also keep my clothing items to a minimum, using only key staple pieces, and learning how to store them in a way that will keep them in regular rotation. Marie Kondo even makes underwear folding look like a work of art.
If you're in need of a little organization boost, I recommend you checking out this book.
Below are a few other books that I've truly enjoyed reading in that past 3 months as wekk. The newest book I just started on is The Girl On The Train. I'm only in the beginning parts, but so far, it's good!
What are your current reads?