Well Intentioned: Kathryn Hahn on the Power of the Purge, And How to Creative Direct Your Dreams
From mantras to meditation, mindfulness to manifestation, Well Intentioned offers an intimate look at how to make space for self-care in meaningful ways, big and small.
Longtime fans of Kathryn Hahn are likely unsurprised by what the Internet has dubbed the Hahnaissance, the well-deserved mainstream success of one of the funniest women in Hollywood. Whether you met her in Anchorman or Step Brothers or came to love her in Bad Moms, you likely haven’t missed her Emmy-nominated work as Agnes (aka Agatha Harkness) in the acclaimed Marvel Universe Scarlet Witch spin-off, WandaVision. “It’s insane,” Hahn admits of the nods from the Television Academy, not to mention how her summer has played out: for the last few months, Hahn has been living with her family in Greece where she is filming Knives Out 2 alongside Daniel Craig, Ethan Hawke, and Kate Hudson. “It’s like Mamma Mia over here. I’m gonna buy a boutique hotel in a little resort and never come home,” she jokes of the fortuitous career turn, which is enough to make anyone’s head spin. But the 48-year-old mother of two, who recently partnered with homecare brand 9 Elements, is focused on staying present with mantras, meditation and finding solace in simple rituals, like doing laundry. Oh, and staying off social media. “I’m a technophobe,” admits Hahn, who, in a refreshing twist, is not on Instagram. Here, the talented actress reveals her tips for decluttering her mind—and her closet.
1. Set Intentions for Your Dreams
2. Shed Unnecessary Stuff
“This was a great tip from the pandemic—to learn what is essential and what is non-essential. Let’s just close the non-essential business in our lives! I’ve used the space shuttle as another metaphor for this: when it takes off, the things that are unnecessary just start to fall off. I am a big purger of stuff, and I love to organize a closet. I would love to be a professional closet organizer. Every once in a while I like to put my hands on everything I own and if I haven’t worn something in a while: donate or sell. People hold onto stuff for so long that they just don’t wear—it drives me crazy. We don’t have that much closet space anyway so I just like having the good stuff that I’ll wear over and over and again. I have earned those old Phoebe Philo Celine pieces that I’ve been digging for in the deep Web for a couple years! I’m into the sustainability of used clothing, too, so I love The Real Real, Vestiaire Collective, and I love Grailed. I’ve gotten some great Martine Rose there, and I got an unreal Celine trench coat—old Celine, of course—on eBay!
3. Give Gratitude
4. Do Laundry
5. Meditate and Breathe
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