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!
This comment shows how Lena had no problem outlining her items for this week’s mini missions on Monday. Clearly she has a good imagination and a clear knowledge of what remains in her home that is needing decluttering.
I enjoyed this comment from Jez it is almost sounds like a minimalist evolution in progress. She went from accepting free items she never got around to using to decluttering them to realising avoiding even the most harmless clutter in the first place is the smart strategy.
In this comment Ideealistin tells us how borrowing works for her.
In this comment Willow adds some tips on choosing good quality knitted garments to my “Choosing Quality Clothing” post. Thanks Willow they were very helpful to our readers.
Favourite Web Finds. Happy reading!
This post from The Minimalists tells us a lot about how homes become cluttered.
See how you can relate the ideas in this blog post from The Change Blog to your decluttering goals.
This TV advertisement always makes me laugh so I googled it to share with you.
Here is a post I stubbled upon with some good craft supply donation points for our American readers.
I found this take on the absurdity of modern day kitchen gadgets amusing although I did start to wonder if it wasn’t bordering on being a little racist. Please ignore that side of it if you think it does exist.
Today’s Mini Mission
Declutter something that comes to mind when you read this question ~ At what point did I find this attractive?
Today’s Declutter Item
I have four of these bowls but I have several other sets of bowls as well, since these take up the most room I have chosen them to be declutter. I used to find these bowls visually pleasing but now I find minimalism more appealing.
Something I Am Grateful For Today
Giving away some craft items that have lingered too long in my home. The please response from the person I offered them to only added to my joy.