On Fridays at 365 Less Things I share with you my favourite comments from my wonderful readers and my favourite web finds of the week. I hope you will enjoy them as much as I did.
Favourite Comments. Enjoy!
Thank you to Jane for her personal story of how she decluttered a career that had become dissatisfying, 60 pounds and a whole pile of clutter. And how she believes that there was most certainly a connection between all three situations. She elaborates further in this comment.
I loved this comment from Moni on how although the modern day housewife has all those mod cons to make life easier it isn’t necessarily so.
I received this comment from Jane at 365’s Facebook page. Great way to enjoy reading without the clutter Jane, thank you for sharing.
I also enjoyed this comment where Michelle tells us how she has come around to the way of the French. C’est la belle vie pour toi Michelle. 😉
Favourite Web Finds. Happy reading!
Here is a Huffington Post link with advice from Peter Walsh on decluttering, brought to my attention by Andréia to share with you.
My husband found this link from Lifehacker with advice on how to sell your unwanted crap (their words not mine).
This guest post by Dana White for Home Your Way is more proof of my opinion that organising will take care of itself once you get rid of the clutter causing the disorganisation. Sanna was kind enough to send me this link.
Wendy F brought my attention to this funny little story. I am not sure I believe it but it is humorous none the less.
If you have any doubt about the benefits of recycling then this link from National Geographic sent to me by Cindy ought to put them to rest.
This link is not directly linked to decluttering but some of the lessons in it could easily be applied. I just thought it was a great article for anyone to read. Having the good grace to be able to take a close look at oneself and see ones own short coming is essential to being able to do something about it instead of continually blaming the world and everyone else around us.
Today’s Mini Mission
Declutter a kitchen cupboard that is so full it is too much bother to retrieve what you need from it.
Eco Tip For The Day
Recycle your old joggers with Nike Reuse a Shoe
It matters not how fast I go, I hurry faster when I’m slow