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!
Kim tells us how she is finding it hard to walk past her favourite shops and asks her fellow 365ers for their advice in this comment.
This comment from Jo H says, in nine words, what my whole post didn’t quite convey. Well said Jo H.
Wendy B likes to want things, actually getting them would spoil the fun. Read about it in this comment.
Michelle tells us how she isn’t settling for second best or forever wanting stuff in this comment.
Judging by this comment Jen has cured herself of someday clutter collecting.
Favourite Web Finds. Happy reading!
If you feel like exploring some new to you blog on the subject of clutter reduction you might find a couple that take your fancy among this link www.housekeeping.org/blog/25-blogs-guaranteed-to-help-you-reduce-clutter-in-your-home
Here is a good eco tip link sent in by Wendy F ~ www.providentliving.org.nz ~ Bottle Drip Irrigation
Here is a nice little post about how clutter kills freedom by Dana Byers
I am not sure if I have posted this link form The Happiness Project here before but just in case I am posting it again. It has nothing to do with decluttering just a lot to do with seeing things from another person’s perspective and possibly questioning our own. I thought it worth sharing.
Here is a blog post from the lovely Shaloo Walia at Spiritual Boosters. It has links to some good minimalist/simplicity posts.
Today’s Mini Mission
Get rid of a craft project you keep promising yourself you are going to finish someday. Donate it to a thrift shop as-is or find a local craft group who might be happy to take it off your hands. Learn what your habits are in the respect of finishing projects. If you have a habit of not finishing large project stick to smaller ones in the future. And also commit to not buying craft supplies that you only plan on using someday.
Eco Tip For The Day
Purchase and use reusable diapers/nappies for babies rather than disposable ones.
It matters not how fast I go, I hurry faster when I’m slow