The problem with Minimalism is that once it hits you, you start to analyze everything around you as Marie Kondo said — “does this spark joy?” One such fine day I decided that my wardrobe was taking up too much space in my room.
A guy in his early 30s doesn’t really have that much stuff accumulated. And if he is a minimalist the amount of stuff goes down even further. So my wardrobe was basically housing only 50% of its capacity.
- The plan was to get rid of unwanted clothes first.
- Once that was done, the rest of the things could be easily adjusted into easily accessible packets.
- This started off with me buying the desired packets from Amazon
- This allowed me to stuff all my daily usable into 2 packets and the rest rarely used ones into the other two.
- And wallah, the space that housed my wardrobe, now houses my guitar. And my dresses are neatly tucked away under my bed.
Minimalism is a dangerous hobby. Practice with caution. You will love it. The others, maybe not so much