The 4-Step Wardrobe Edit

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Before and After

I’m so thrilled to welcome new followers to the blog, following the publication
of my 4-Step Wardrobe Edit. Big thanks to Joshua Becker over at Becoming Minimalist

Receive your own copy of the Wardrobe Edit Checklist

Everyone who joins the Midlands Minimalist Community will receive their own copy of my 4-Stage Wardrobe Edit checklist, so make sure to sign up if you’d like to get this straight to your inbox.

Further reading

If you’re new to the blog, you may want to check out related articles including my take on Minimal make-up.

If you’re a shopper, check out why I believe that slow shopping is a minimalist thing.

Finally, take a look at why I believe you shouldn’t keep things for best, but wear them and enjoy them every day: Give up your Sunday best!

Coming up

Next month, my theme will be Frugal February, so drop me a line to let me know if there’s anything specific you’d like me to cover. We’ll be covering a number of topics from grocery shopping to credit cards.

So, don’t forget to sign up to grab your free Wardrobe Edit Checklist. It’s great to have you on board.

 

 

 

 

One thought on “The 4-Step Wardrobe Edit

  1. I was thrilled to see your post on Becoming Minimalist! I look forward to Frugal February. I’m doing a no spend January and it’s a bit tougher than I thought it would be.

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