My favourit five comments for the week
Loretta on Day 269 – I’m afraid to admit, that I have been one of those tragic overseas travellers… Read More
Annabelle on Day 269 – This afternoon we went to a neighborhood flee market. There was so much JUNK! Read More
Hopeinbrazil on Day 268 – Two years ago we had to leave Brazil in a hurry (serious health issues… Read More
Kate on Day 271 – … I waffled for years about whether to take my youngest son to be “diagnosed”, but ultimately decided to give him time and space… Read More
TheSimplepoppy on Day 273 – I just this week gave away some pillow covers in a revolting orange/brown pattern…Read More
Five post I read this week that I wanted to share with you
Becoming Minimalist – Adam Baker on the- importance of selling your crap
Minimalist Woman – Change of seasons (I thought that this post was written with such sensitivity that I felt sure that the transition would go as smoothly as possible just because of the calming vibe Meg brings the situation. Her parents are lucky to have her calming presence there for them at this difficult time.)
Becoming Minimalist (Again) – How to simplify your stuff and honor your memories
Find me in France – for anyone going through a mid-life crisis career wise you really should read this whole blog. I am only half way through but am having a blast reading it. It is so close to home as the saying goes. Here are links to the About Page and the First Post (Grace)
Zero Waste – Who wants more for their money?
ITEM 274 OF 365 LESS THINGS
This one of the items mentioned in yesterday’s post.
5 THINGS I AM GRATEFUL FOR TODAY
- Friendly people – like the lady who when I asked if I could take photos of the flowers in her driveway she cut a bunch for me and insisted I take some of the bulbs so I could grow them in my own garden.
- Telephones – so my husband and I can stay in touch when he is out of town.
- Chocolate – enough said
- Vision – I had such a lovely time on my walk today taking photos of the lovely flowers. I can’t imagine what it must be like to loose my vision and not be able to enjoy the beauty of nature.
- 24 hours in a day – sometimes you need every one of them.