Mini Mission – Friday 1Sep2017

Declutter a novelty item and take some time to think about the wasted resources that went into making that item and how much money you wasted on acquiring it. Maybe that contemplation will help you to not fall into the trap of acquiring similar objects in the future.

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Colleen is the founder of 365 Less Things and lives in Newcastle, Australia.

Comments

  1. I like this one. Not because I have anything in this category but because it is good to be reminded.

  2. Just found your blog and…love it! I used to be a minimalist, and now, um…not so much! I got rid of 2 13 gallon trash bags full of clothing I don’t love today, plus some jewelry I never wear. I think I will count that for today. Can’t wait for tomorrow!