There’s a lesson in almost everything.
How much stuff are you holding onto that doesn’t feel good.
Think about who or what you’re following on social media, what are you subscribed to, the contents of your closet or home space.
How does it make you feel?
If it doesn’t feel good, why not?
Furthermore, why are you still holding onto it?
A think a bi-annual (if not seasonal) life cull is a useful way to ensure that you’re only letting the good stuff stay. It’s important to be strict when you cull or else you end up keeping things for no real reason, you have to be honest with yourself about what you actually want or need in your life.
Do you need those slingbacks from 6 years ago that you’ve only worn once?
Do you need to keep following that stranger who is friends with that super hardworking, inspiring and stylish woman (who is also a stranger)?
Or how about that book you know you’ll never read or those old bedsheets that are just taking up space?
If it’s not something you use, know you will use or doesn’t serve any purpose in your life aside from being clutter then there’s not much use holding onto it.
When you’re going on a journey, you can’t take everything with you.