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!
Saskia has run into the dreaded unwanted collection issue. Give her some advice if you have any.
June realised that she is a bit of a vase junkie. But never fear she has come up with a solution to the problem that will get her on the road to recovery in no time.
Now you are all going to think it odd that I appreciated this comment form Morgen. I have however felt in a bit of a blogging slump lately and admit that I may actually be coming across as a somewhat negative. I would be happy for anyone else to make suggestions where I could improve because I am certainly open to them. By all means don’t feel it necessary to come to my defence as I think the criticism was probably well deserved.
And finally, thank you to everyones condolences and well wishes regarding missing out on the apartment we were so exciting to be buying. I am inclined to agree with all those who suggested that something better is waiting just around the corner.
Favourite Web Finds. Happy reading!
In case you missed it here is a link sent in by Angel with some great natural cleaner recipes. Thanks Angel, I have found them very helpful and have bookmarked each sheet for future reference.
I like this concept of minimalism that I found at Pinterest.
This post from Tiny Buddha is about letting go of pain, but with a little imagination I think you can use the same principles to help let go of clutter. After all clutter, like pain, often holds us in the past, while letting go of it frees us up to live in the moment and opens our minds to the possibilities of the future.
This article from Real Simple has some good and sometimes humorous suggestion on why to let go of stuff.
Today’s Mini Mission
Declutter a book.
Eco Tip For The Day
Find some time to spend in the sun. This is cheaper and more environmentally friendly than buying bottles of vitamin D tablets.
It matters not how fast I go, I hurry faster when I’m slow