Here are my favourite five comments of the week. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
This Comment from Cat’sMeow expresses how glad she is that the word is continuing to get out about the advantages for living with less.
Carolyn dropped in to leave her first ever comment and tells us about her “blessing in disguise” declutter experience.
Sue tells us about her unique plan to declutter in this comment, but make sure you also read Rachel’s response to Sue’s comment because she has a unique plan of her own.
Five posts from around the blogosphere I really wanted to share with you this week
Be More With Less ~ 10 ways you can have enough money and stuff ~ No more explanation necessary the title of this blog post by Courtney Carver speaks for itself.
Life should be the cats meow ~ Minimalist-approach-to-exercise ~ I love this post from one of our readers, Cat’sMeow, mainly because I use the same approach to exercise. If you feel like you are unfit just move more and see where that takes you. Putting too many expectations on your exercise routine can lead to inertia.
Here is a good blog post if you have been loosing your drive to keep working at your decluttering. Minimalist at home.com ~ When your passion fire fades to a flicker
This blogger, who also reads my posts, has been linking to my blog a bit lately so I thought I would return the favour. Breathe Releaser Repeat ~ oh-thank-you-obligation-clutter
Here is an excellent example how living with less can make a big difference in your life or to your debt at least. Jenny at Exconsumer shares her success in this post ~ Happy Birthday To Me I’m Consumer Debt Free
Today’s Declutter Item
Yet another science calculator sold on eBay for a mere $10 but better that than having it lingering in a drawer somewhere unused.
Something I Am Grateful For Today
The opportunity to travel and explore places I haven’t been to before. We are off to Tasmania soon and I am really looking forward to it. There is a new art Gallery there that should be quite interesting from all accounts.