Do you enjoy getting dressed? Or, like me, do you just enjoy being appropriately dressed?
In his TEDx presentation, The Habits of Highly Boring People, business student Chris Sauve shares strategies for automating the decisions you don’t like to make, thereby freeing time and energy to focus on doing what you love:
1) make the same choice every time. (Example: Steve Jobs and others who always wear the same thing.)
2) let someone else choose. (Like the celebrities who use a personal stylist. Or the hero, who lets me choose most of his clothes.)
Some people enjoy composing outfits. Hey, I have even heard of people who enjoy cooking as a creative outlet! But the point of my culinary efforts has always been eating well with minimum effort; the goal of my blogging is a streamlined wardrobe planning process.
Curating a functional and attractive (is that redundant?) wardrobe is a time-consuming task. If you don’t love the art of dressing, why not simplify this spring? Unless you are willing to delegate. 😉