As of late, all I want to do is curl up in bed and nap. The last handful of months have been nothing but go, go, go
, and my body is definitely feeling it. Yesterday was spent doing nothing but catching up on errands, followed by a long nap, and I cannot even begin to tell you how great that felt! I only have 3 boxes of stuff left to unpack (moving really, really, really sucks. Promise to remind me of this the next time I mention wanting to move?), and I picked up a bunch of woven baskets
for under-the-bed storage to help with the closet-less situation, and to reorganize the slew of products on my bathroom counter top. If this level of accomplishment in everyday life is what adulthood feels like then sign me up!
slouchy blouse: H&M
destroyed boyfriend jeans: Joe’s Jeans (similar)
coral-toe wedges: Clarks (c/o OnlineShoes, exact)
layered wooden necklace: DIY by me!
boyfriend watch: Vince Camuto (exact, on sale for $80!)
With my closet situation still being sorted out, I’ve been living off of half of my wardrobe. You’re probably noticing a lot of pieces on high rotation (these boyfriend jeans are definitely near the top of the list), which I thought I would’ve been bored with by now, but I’m surprisingly unmoved by it. To be honest, this whole lack of storage for clothes is making mew realize how much material excess exists in the current state. Funny how it takes losing 4/5 of previous closet space to come to this realization!
On top of everything else I managed to cross of the (never ending) To Do list, I made a big donation of shoes and clothes to Goodwill on Sunday night. As I sifted through the last box of shoes (sounds like there were so many of these boxes, but really, there were surprisingly only 2!) I felt silly for even packing 1/4 of the shoes. Some of these shoes were pairs that I packed when I first moved from Toronto to Seattle back in 2011 and super impractical for walking around in the hilly neighbourhoods– To the donation pile with those!
Gosh, it feels so good to feel on top of “real life” things again.