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The Art of Wearing Pyjamas

Someone told me I should write a blog post about pyjamas considering I wear mine so often, so here I am, writing a blog post about pyjamas.

They better read this and be impressed.


For someone who says “get ready for the day!” and “make your bed first thing!” and “say hello to productivity!” and “get out of stale pyjamas and shower and make your life better!” I wear pyjamas quite a lot. A lot a lot.

I think it’s because I’m learning it’s okay to be comfortable and it’s okay to rest and just not be put together all the time. When I used to have study, I would wear jeans. How uncomfortable is that!? I now wear my pyjama pants all study day, and if I have to go downstairs and face people, I very unwantingly put on some appropriate pants, grab some food, and get out of them as soon as I’m out of sight.

The other week, we had a three-day weekend. It was also known as a pyjama-weekend. There was one day where a few of us wore our pyjama pants and played card games. It was very appropriate.

Pyjamas are comfortable. They are versatile. They may go stale if you wear them long enough, but then you can have a long shower, get out, and put on some fresh pyjamas. Then you wash your stale pyjamas and you cycle through them in a rotation system. It works very well, I must say.

So go and have fun and wear your pyjama pants. It may improve your day, campers. Be a rebel. Do it.

Sarah xx

P.S. Pajamas or pyjamas? (I’m asking the real questions, here.)

7 thoughts on “The Art of Wearing Pyjamas

    1. Well according to wikipedia pajamas or pyjamas are both acceptable, and sometimes it’s shortened to PJs, jimmies, jimjams or jammies.

      So I think we can safely say we should all be calling them JimJams.

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