👋🏼SAYING GOOD-BYE👋🏼 So it happened. I sold my very first car. •••••
I remember enjoying doing #hauls
because back then, I saved up to buy one limited makeup collection and it gave me immense happiness in return. But now that I've been living in abundance of THINGS.. #skincare, #makeup,
pantry items, and etc, I noticed that not every possession of mine spark joy and I've been quite numb about just seeing things piling up my drawer.
🚗 This is my very first car that I invested over a few years of working that served a comfortable commute to work when my health wasn’t at the best. But ever since I quit my job, owning a car has become a luxury. A luxury that didn’t serve its purpose. I’m traveling way too often so my car is just sitting there unused most of the days. This weirdly stressed me out for a long time because I knew this car can serve a better purpose under another person's care. And I was so happy to see @ssinnim (who's now this car's owner!) really enjoying driving this car.
🌴So I'm practicing letting things go by reviewing my possessions. Determining which items are used or spark joy, versus the items that are unused or do not spark joy. I started with skincare, then my wallet, now with my car and I can't be happier! Who could’ve thought owning only the things that’s meaningful to you would bring so much energy into your life? 😘😌 #minimalism #minicooper #happybreakup