Find a quiet space, take a few deep breaths, and spend some time answering the questions below. Be as open, honest and vulnerable as possible - this space is for you and you alone. You don’t need to share these answers with anyone unless you choose to do so.

When you’re ready, move through to the Practices section.

Wardrobe Reflection Questions

What do your weekdays and weekends look like? 

What colours do you  wear the most? Not wear? What feelings do you get when you wear these colours?

What is a typical outfit for you? Are there certain styles or shapes you are more comfortable in? 

What fabrics do you like to wear? Which ones do your body feel best in? 

What do you wear when you’re at home? What do you want to wear at home? 

What do you wear for work? What do you want to wear for work? 

Describe your current style in three words. 

Describe your ideal style in three words. 

Who do you admire when it comes to style? Why? 

What are your favourite clothing companies? Why? 

What does getting dressed each day ideally look like to you? 

Do you like having lots of options and choices, or does that overwhelm you?

What does ethical and sustainable clothing mean to you? 

What are your priorities when it comes to your wardrobe? Rank them in order of importance. 

Life Reflection Questions

What does your perfect day look like?

What can you spend hours doing without feeling drained? 

What do you always look forward to doing?

What things do you usually procrastinate or dread doing?

What leaves you feeling drained?

If money was not a factor, what would you do with your life? 

If money was not a factor, what would your job be?

If money was not a factor, what would your perfect day look like?

Who do you love spending time around? Why?

Who do you dread spending time around? Who do you avoid? Why?

How would you describe yourself?

How do you want to be able to describe yourself?

What do you want your legacy to be? 

Feeling anxious, stressed or uncomfortable? Had memories, realizations or thoughts come up that are hard? Time for a quick meditation to let them go.

Imagine you’re holding a balloon. Closing your eyes, take a deep breath in. Now take all those thoughts, feelings, fears and trauma and fill the balloon with them as you breathe out. 

Breathe in light and energy, breathe out anything you don’t want to experience. In. And Out. 

Keep doing this until you feel like all the pain and discomfort has left. Now, you can either pop the balloon and watch all that discomfort disappear, or let the balloon go and all your fears and worries with it.

Take a deep breath, put your hand to your heart, and say “Thank You. I love you.”