Day 90 Uncluttering, the cure for retail therapy

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About Colleen Madsen

Colleen is the founder of 365 Less Things and lives in Newcastle, Australia.


  1. I could not agree more, the path to de-clutter starts with stop buying useless stuff.
    I’m just getting started, will keep checking on you to see your progress and remain focused on my clutter-free journey…

    • Hi Maryline,
      thank you for joining us here at 365lessthings you are most welcome and we look forward to hearing from you again. Good luck with your decluttering and sensible spending.

  2. As I keep getting rid of things, I see dollar signs flying past…. that also is a cure for retail therapy!

  3. I am really enjoying de -cluttering my house and my life. It is helping me no end with trying to budget and get through the crisis that is hitting Greece (where I live) so hard. This is going to be a hard winter for many here and exchanging and selling my clutter is going to help both my budget and other people. Great stuff!