In the May and June issue of AARP Magazine, actress Jamie Lee Curtis discusses turning 50. She also talks about her commitment to simple living and the benefits she has gained from her uncluttered choices:
“My style is a distillation. I’ve etched out who I am through myriad haircut attempts, outfit attempts, beauty attempts, diet attempts. It’s been an evolution. I’ve let my hair go gray. I wear only black and white. Every year I buy three or four black dresses that I just keep in rotation. I own one pair of blue jeans. I’ve given away all my jewelry, because I don’t wear it.
“The same way that midcentury modern architecture was in the ’50s, I want to be as a human being. New. Different. Challenging the old. Function over frivolity. Clean living. Clean lines.
The article is inspiring, and I recommend giving it a read.