I have participated in Project 333 since April 1st. Wow! This past month has flown by and I am looking forward to the next two months of the project.
Project 333 has been a joy and an easy addition to my life. I think I look better because the clothes I am wearing are my best clothes. My house seems cleaner because my clothes are not all over the place. My dresser is organized and half empty. I even donated a bunch of hangers. I did swap out a sweater for one of my tank tops that was in reserve. Funnily enough I didn’t even realize that my mother in law took the sweater a few weeks ago. Even with only 33 items I had no idea I was short a sweater. Pretty eye-opening. I have not cheated at all. I’m not even tempted.
I’m considering adding one of my kids to the project. How many clothes does a two-year old need? Probably not any more than 33.
I would encourage everyone to try Project 333. It’ll change your outlook on everything.
Everything we possess that is not necessary for life or happiness becomes a burden, and scarcely a day passes that we do not add to it. ~Robert Brault, www.robertbrault.com
As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler; solitude will not be solitude, poverty will not be poverty, nor weakness weakness. ~Henry David Thoreau
- Project 333 – The perks keep popping up! (stephaniegetsridofhercrap.wordpress.com)
- My first week of Project 333 (stephaniegetsridofhercrap.wordpress.com)
- There is no “away”. (stephaniegetsridofhercrap.wordpress.com)