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!
- Sanna shares some views and experiences of aspirational clutter in this comment.
- Apparently there is such a thing as good clutter or at least Lena has me convinced there is with this comment. We always had a calendar in the toilet room when I was a kid but Lena’s mothers tradition would have made it much more interesting to relieve one’s self.
- Clutter is different for everyone and for Debra F Christmas decorations are never clutter. I love her enthusiasm even though I don’t share her passion. Read what she had to say about decorating for Christmas here.
- I like Judy’s attitude of enjoys utilising something she already has instead of buy something new. Read about it here.
Favourite Web Finds. Happy reading!
- Both Clare and Snosie sent me this article by Jane E Brody for the New York Times to share with you this week.
- Here is one little eco tip from Daily Lime that is easily achieved. In fact it takes less effort for you than the alternative.
- This link has some more minimising/simplifying tips from the guys at The Minimalists.
- Here is another great article that my husband drew my attention to. One guilt trip that is touched on in this article is the equation that high retail sales = healthy economy. There must be a better way to have the best of both worlds, less waste and a healthy economy.
- Here is a little more on the Christmas Cindy began earlier on in the week. Sanna was kind enough to send me this link.
Today’s Mini Mission
Declutter something you keep for security reasons. That is simply because you fear you might need it or wish it back someday. Letting go is also about letting go of the falsehood that you ever needed them in the first place.
Today’s Declutter Item
Eco Tip of The Day
Small incremental ways in which you can help the environment by reducing waste each day.
Return hangers to the dry cleaners. Every little thing helps!