Start With A Vision
“Create a summer joy list, filled with things that you want to do,” says Kathryn Kelly. The non-material items on your list, including the people you want to see and experiences you want to have, will help “prioritize your summer supplies around the things that matter most to you.”
“To keep from falling into the trap of buying more stuff to put your stuff into, you must decide what you want to keep in the first place.” Kelly suggests categorizing summer supplies, then discarding any expired, damaged or outgrown items. “Give yourself permission to part with anything that doesn’t align with your summer vision."