Do you keep to-do lists? Have you ever looked at each item on that list and really thought about whether you have the actual capacity to get it done? I've been reflecting on my business lately, making lists, and really trying to parse apart the tasks I really love doing from those I have zero desire for, and then creating a "stuff I WOULD do if I got the rest of this crap done" list.
The idea of delegating any part of my business used to send me into shivers of anxiety, but lately I have realized that I'm never going to get to that dreamy "stuff I would do" list unless I let some of the tasks that get in my way go. I am of the mindset that the fewer things I have to focus on, the better I will be able to accomplish those tasks, and the more space I'll have to push towards the dreamy things (or at least have more time to actually dream)! So I finally gave in & hired myself a real live assistant, PHEW!
Is upgrading your wardrobe, clearing out your closet, or packing for an upcoming trip on one of your to-do lists? Does your style hang over your head (like opening up Quickbooks does to me) taunting you to get your act together and just do it already? What if you could delegate the parts of your style that hold you back from moving on towards your dream-list to someone else? Today I'm going to share with you ways you can let go of some of the annoying aspects of maintaining a stylish, practical wardrobe this fall so that you can move forward with the pieces of your life you'd rather focus on.