Comments aren’t as plentiful as they used to be but there are still some great ones among them and here are five of those that we received this week.
Wendy B has left two great comments that I didn’t want you to miss. She shared a couple of good donating tips with us last Thursday in this comment and gives some good advice about moving on in thisÂ comment. Great advice Wendy B, thank you.
ThisÂ commentÂ from a new contributor jbc puts a whole new slant on how to disassociate from hidden clutter. I hadn’t even considered this possibility before. Thanks jbc and welcome to 365 Less Things.
It is clear from this comment that Sharron grasps the concept of Cost v Value and she has learned the error of her ways.
The thing I liked about this comment from NatalieinCA is that she is happy to go against convention to do the right thing by the environment. I only wish I had the same range of opportunity here where I live.
There are an endless supply of informative posts in all corners of the internet and here are the five I wish to bring to your attention this week.
Lovefoodhatewaste.comÂ Thanks to Ideealistin for pointing this website out to us in a comment she left a week or so ago.
You may think this post fromÂ How to be Amazing.comÂ has nothing to do with clutter but it has more to do with it than you can imagine. Clutter often builds up due to insecurity and unhappiness and this post ~Â How to be happy 7 tips increase joyÂ ~ could well be the key to avoiding clutter in the future and letting go of the stuff you already have.
I stumbled upon this link while looking for something else and I really enjoyed it. I hope you do too. Paul Graham ~ Stuff
Simply Being Mum ~ No-waste-tastes-great-5-august-2011
This next link was a gem found by Cindy. Motherhood Your Way ~ How-to-have-a-simple-organized-school-year
Today’s Declutter Item
I am not sure whether to chalk this up as aspiration clutter or I might need it one day clutter but either way it is out of here. I am sure a thrift store customer will think they have hit the jackpot when they find this on the shelf.
Something I Am Grateful For Today
I enjoyed the chance to catch up with a friend that I see far too infrequently even though we live quite close. I love these encounters with old friends because it is always as though we have never been appart. Except that we have so much to say that the conversation runs all over the place and that isn’t a bad thing.