Who do you choose to be?
As mothers we are reborn with the birth of each child and coming out of those early years of motherhood our identities are often like puzzle pieces on the floor. Consciously cultivating your wardrobe can be a means to paint the new picture of who you are and what life you want to live.
2. Body Image
Do you have love and reverence for your body?
The path to motherhood includes expanding beyond what we ever thought possible, in every sense. For most of us, that includes pregnancy and breastfeeding, and we can be left feeling like a stranger in our own skin. Building a wardrobe in specific body-positive ways can rewrite the story of your relationships with your body to one of respect.
Are you overwhelmed by the contents of your closet?
Have you ever stood in front of a closet full of clothes and thought, “I have nothing to wear”? This is a classic symptom of quantity overwhelm that can be easily cleared away with a minimalist philosophy in which you have everything you need, but nothing you don’t really want.
How do you want to spend your time?
Your time reflects your priorities and more time spent in your closet does not equate to greater comfort or confidence. You only have a set amount of time and energy each day so setting up a wardrobe that doesn’t use up your time and energy frees you to spend it on more valuable people and experiences.
What do you want to attract?
What you put out is what you attract into your life. Your wardrobe, which is an authentic expression of your inner self for the world to immediately see, will help to determine what people and opportunities come into your life.