wishing you a happy saturday and here is a post to share a couple of care tips and ideas for helping to organise / declutter a wardrobe, shared in a clip by kitty cotten (@kittycotten). kitty is a new mum to a baby girl, is from the usa, and has a beautiful blog and often shares clips about capsule wardrobes on her youtube channel. i was just watching a video created by her a couple of days ago called 'how to declutter your wardrobe in 5 steps' and the tips she noted were so helpful and i enjoyed the video a lot and thought of also sharing in a post in case it could be of a lot of help. i also checked with kitty and she said thank you and it would be ok to share wardrobe tips, and if you could be hoping to tidy up your clothing / wardrobe or could be a bit unsure and maybe of collected a bit too much, i hope all of the care tips created by kitty could be helpful to share ! 🕊🌸
Here is a post to share a couple more humanitarians I know of and look up to a lot, because of how they helped to create positive changes in the world, and shared a lot of kindness, love and bravery with others and with the world 🕊 the humanitarians include Mother Teresa and Gandhi and I also wrote an earlier blog post, noting a couple of humanitarians I look up to a lot, including Audrey Hepburn and Princess Diana, Princess of Wales 🌸 I thought of Mother Teresa because she was so full of kindness and unconditional love and did so much to help and support the poor and the sick, and of Gandhi, because he was so brave and helped to uplift and support less fortunate people, to create more peace in India and lead India to independence from British rule.