Minimalist Challenge Day 6

So far in this minimalist journey I’ve had little difficulty in finding items to relegate to the donation bin, and day 6 was no challenge. As per the rules I had to rid myself of six items, thus I give you a sextet of scarves.

I went through a brief scarf wearing period, which was quickly abandoned when I went through my more devastating hot flash period. Ten minutes with a scarf draped around my neck sends my internal temperatures skyrocketing, so the scarves were relegated to a bin in my closet where they’ve languished for at least four years.

There are still more scarves in the bin; those pictured above were just the easiest to part with since the others were gifts from special people in my life and one belonged to my mom. That one might be exempt. Maybe day six wasn’t as easy I first thought.

Peace, people.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

19 thoughts on “Minimalist Challenge Day 6”

  1. I have a pile of scarves which I never wear. I put one on and feel like I’m wearing a bandage around my neck. Maybe it’s time to say farewell — although they’ve sort of become like an art installation in my bedroom.

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  2. you should have send me… one of these scarfs… I’d post pay…preferably, the light gray with a hint of gold fish, bottom right…looking at the screen…. part of my bohemian Floridian collection, to wrap around the windchill, when the puppy goes out to play…

    regards,
    5 below

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  3. Funny, since I think of scarves as the flasher’s friend. Cold one minute, hot the next. Scarves are so easy to whip on and off.
    That said, I think it’s time for me to update my collection. Out with the old, in with some new. Time to shop!

    My wife does not thank you for this bit of motivation.

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