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!
Grace from Brazil tells us about some of her unusual and sometimes unplanned ways to declutter her stuff in this comment.
Deb J has made an impression on more that just her mother if this comment is anything to go by.
I loved this comment from Anita. It is nice to know my eco tips are having an influence. Here’s hoping Anita has her way with getting rid of that second fridge.
Favourite Web Finds. Happy reading!
The latest Ted Talk featuring Rachel Botsman on Collaborative Consumption.
It’s that time again Buy Nothing New Month this coming November. Consider a pledge to buy nothing new or better still nothing unnecessary at all.
If you live with a minimalist wardrobe shrinking things in the dryer would be a bit of a tragedy right. Well here is a link that can undo those dryer booboo.
Here is a reminder for my NSW Australia environmentally friendly readers who wardrobes either need decluttering or revising the no guilt way. Raid My Wardrobe is on again soon in Newcastle with dates to be announced for Sydney and the Hunter Valley.
For those of you who think they still have way too much stuff check out this post on how the other half live. Mind you even these folks may have too much for the limited space they live in.
Today’s Mini Mission
Declutter something used for cleaning.
Today’s Declutter Item
With every computer related gadget you buy comes another set of cables that you already have an abundant supply of. These two found their way out of hiding somehow and were immediately decluttered. Who knows how long that phone cable has been hanging around clearly unused because it is still in its packaging.
Eco Tip for the Day
Any plastic bag that you do acquire can be reused. I use food packaging, such as bread bags, cereal box liners etc, to bag up meat scraps which I then keep in the freezer until bin day so I only have to empty my kitchen bin once a week.