Whenever I need a boost of optimism in life, I find out that purging unnecessary items is a very reliable way to make myself feel better. Purging and decluttering is like a "reset button" for me. I don't think I would ever be able to achieve the minimalistic way of living, nor would I want to adhere this philosophy: though I'm more of a person who tries to avoid consumerism, I'm too much of a materialistic person to be able to embrace minimalism. In fact, it's very easy for me to get emotionally attached to things and I love to be surrounded by beautiful and well-made items.
But right now, I need to release myself from all the crappy superfluous stuff that I don't need in order to make room to things I use, I wear and I love; superfluous things are negative distractions to me. Hopefully, by summer, I'll be successful in that matter. In other words, I just want to own the right amount of things in proportion of the space that I have, and eventually, to have more discernment when it comes to my buying habits.
everything else is vintage