How To Reduce Your Styling Choices On The Road

Raquel Hernandez-Cruz

Traveling with your whole wardrobe can get stressful. Luckily, there's a way to make your life easier and organized. 

 

If I learned anything from Einstein, it is that not thinking about mundane stuff allows your mind to focus on greater ideas. I like to think Einstein and I share a few other things in common: an abnormally large head and our lack of interest in clothing. Did you know that he wore gray to reduced his need to waste time color coordinating? Hmmmm, instead of gray, I could have gone with everything in the color tones of reddish-orange and ignored even more social norms.

 

I am lying and you know it. (About my interest in clothing, not my abnormally large head!) I AM interested in clothing and looking good. But the reality is that I grew up around boys, farms, and wearing the same shirt until someone called me on it. Also, currently, and for the past three years, I have called an economy sized vehicle my HOME. I *want* to care about clothing and looking stylish but when I try via conventional methods, I don't think I do it well. - it can take me ages to find and put together a matching outfit!

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