Choose a uniform | Life hack!

Choose a uniform to wear each day… This is probably not a new concept to you. Lots of people have written about this topic before. It was fascinating to me when I first heard about it a few years ago. I guess it mostly started when Mark Zuckerberg was noticed wearing the same t-shirt every single day. He claims dressing in the same way allows him to focus his energy on more important decisions at work.

Unintentionally (or maybe it was subconsciously), I think I have been wearing a 9 piece uniform lately. Not technically a single uniform, but I have definitely narrowed down my wardrobe. I will occasionally grab something else from my wardrobe, but mostly these are the kinds of clothes which are on high rotation. The reason I’m sharing this post today because it’s a bloody nifty little hack and I love it! There’s no thought on what to wear all the time and I have become so less interested in wasting my energy (and money!) on unnecessary things. I also don’t care if someone sees me 8 times in the same skirt. Who even cares??

I don’t have legs like model either hahaha… I also am never tanned and am always FULL of dry shampoo. I mostly live in havaiana thongs too.

It’s the life hacks which I love these days. I like simplifying things. It also meant I gave my wardrobe a massive overhaul and shipped out anything I hadn’t worn last season. So that’s my new rule…. If I didn’t wear it last season it’s GOING.

Plus, if you have to pack to go away somewhere this hack is even better because I know exactly what to grab! I’m on a mission to find things to make the days easier, and starting with a minimal wardrobe is perfect.

Got any life hacks I should try? ♥ KC.


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    February 7, 2018

    Jeans, a nice top and boots!!! Can’t wait for the cooler weather to get back into my uniform!

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    February 7, 2018

    I can’t believe I lived without my phone case/card holder for so long. No wallet, hardly carry a bag anymore. I ditched the 47 million store cards… carry my licence, Medicare and my bank cards – that’s it. it’s Soooo good.