Low Impact Living Session 2: declutter, dejunk and downsize to a small wardrobe

Thursday 5th July, 6 – 7:30pm at the Margaret River Library

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Is your wardrobe taking over your mind? Your life? And all four rooms of your house? Time to Declutter, Dejunk and Downsize to a small wardrobe.

Join Patricia as she discusses her minimalist lifestyle and invites you to make steps towards reducing the size and impact of your wardrobe. She will take you through her capsule wardrobe and explain the value of quality over quantity and how to make mindful decisions about your wardrobe. Embracing a sustainable mindset by minimizing waste and engaging with positive benefits of a minimalist lifestyle.

Somewhere along the line, it seems we’ve been led to believe that our possessions are an extension of who we are. Whatever size your wardrobe, learn how to declutter and dejunk your fashion collection for a downsized version of the new YOU!

Leave this discussion with a clear idea of how little you REALLY need and how to sustainably get rid of the things that no longer spark joy!

Spaces limited, please RSVP using EventBrite with this link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/low-impact-living-session-2-declutter-dejunk-and-downsize-to-a-small-wardrobe-tickets-47095800808

This is a free community event and the library is an easily accessible venue.

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If you’re contacted unexpectedly and threatened by someone who says they’re from a government agency or trusted business, always consider the possibility that it may be a scam – then stop and check if it’s for real.

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Note that if you are on the Australian Government ‘Do Not Call’ register, this will not deter scammers from calling you – their aim is to rob you, so they won’t be respecting your registered wish to not be called.

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Margaret River Library

Fearn Avenue, Margaret River WA 6285
Phone: (08) 9780 5600
Email: amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au