When I was doing research for my post on decision fatigue, I came across an interesting article about reducing your closet to a 30-piece wardrobe. The author’s aim was to minimize her life and wardrobe by reducing her choices. This is the premise for reducing decision fatigue.

This was my inspiration as well. I wanted to make my life easier by getting rid of clothes that I don’t need nor wear. I am a huge proponent of simplifying life and saving my brain for areas that matter. Personally, my wardrobe does not matter that much to me.

This spring, I decided to take “Spring Cleaning” to a whole new level. I purged my closet.

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