After I took the photograph of my grey clothes a couple of days ago, I was so happy with it that I decided to take one with a few of my black garments too, and I realized something:
For some reason, once we get clothes or accessories home, in our closets, we don't see them as the same wildly desirable and outrageously beautiful things that they were BEFORE we bought them. And that's absurd. The items are unchanged, but our perceptions are skewed to leave us feeling as if we are always lacking something...
What if I took some time to assemble my most beautiful things in vignettes like the one above, and took some pictures of it, as if it were going to be in a catalog or an online store? And what if I kept these photographs - on my phone, or my computer, or even on pieces of paper? And what if I looked at them, from time to time, when I get that irrational sensation that THAT STUFF is so much nicer than MY STUFF?
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