Target is the biggest threat to minimalism on earth. To my minimalism effort, at least.
I don’t even want to talk about it.
Can you even see the cozy fluffiness of that top? I don’t think so. You had to be there to feel it.
To my credit, though, the following items have gone into the new Goodwill pile since my last update:
- 16 tops (mostly t-shirts and tank tops)
- 4 jackets/coats
- 1 pair of jeans
- 1 pair of shoes (Converse – now I just have 1 pair)
- 2 sports bras
This is progress, fuzzy polar bear jammies aside.
You may be looking at this wondering how many clothes I had to begin with. I’ve already donated a lot… how can there be more?! Well, things like t-shirts proliferate, especially when you have a t-shirt problem. I admit to my t-shirt problem and also to my sleepwear problem, but I’m aware and I’m remedying them with modifications (i.e. I donate a t-shirt when I get a new one.) The polar bear jammies are, so far, the one exception to my new minimalism ethos.
We’re still loving minimalism as a way of life. It feels good to have less, and it fits into our overall survival/emergency plan, too. In the event that we have to GTFO of dodge, we’re going to be readily mobile, rather than encumbered by stuff. We’re getting there.
By the way, I might be seen wearing that fluffy polar bear pajama top around town. I could get away with it. It’s more like a sweater than a pajama top, and it looks great over black leggings.