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Project 333

Have you ever noticed how you tend to wear the same handful of things despite owning an entire closet full of clothes? It feels like you don’t have a lot of options, even if you actually do. I tend to gravitate towards my “favorite” clothes, and wear only a select few items consistently from week to week. That’s why I decided to try out Courtney Carver’s minimalist fashion experiment, Project 333. If you’re unfamiliar with Project 333, I give a brief rundown about the project in my most recent post about Getting Started with Minimalism. Project 333 is, essentially, a fashion “experiment” (as a scientist, I use the word “experiment” loosely). Well… it’s more of a fashion challenge. The challenge is to have only 33 articles of clothing in your wardrobe over the course of 3 months. Sounds challenging, right? It means that you have to get creative with the clothing in your selected wardrobe. I’m always up for an interesting challenge, so I’m going to give this one a try. This challenge is interesting …

Getting Started with Minimalism

So, you’re interested in starting minimalism. That’s fantastic! But what’s the best way to get started implementing minimalism into your life? It certainly seems like a daunting task, and can be difficult to pinpoint the right place to start out. Luckily, there are many challenges and methods, developed by professionals who practice minimalism, that are designed to help you get started. Here I’ll share some of the strategies that fellow minimalists have found to be the most helpful. Are you new to minimalism? I recommend you start here. Then, read on to discover three of the most popular minimalism challenges today, and my honest opinion for each. 1. The KonMari Method The KonMari Method was developed by Marie Kondo, author of The Life-Changing Method of Tidying Up. She also stars in the Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. The KonMari Method is designed to help you declutter, simplify and reorganize your home by eliminating the things that do not spark joy. The KonMari Method is effective because it urges you to tidy by category, …