There were lots of great comments this week and here are the five that I have chosen to bring to your attention.
Deb J tells us in this comment how her church group is trying to do their bit for the environment. Like decluttering, every little thing makes a difference.
Kathleen has been reading my blog for a while but was inspiredÂ by myÂ Simple Saturday ~ Operation donate RecycleÂ post to leave her first comment. I am glad it has inspired her to make her own stand for the environment.
Sharron points out some interesting facets of perfectionism in this comment. Funny how the same trait can be helpful in some cases and a hinderance in others.
This comment from Amy was an AH HA moment for Jo who although been told these things over and over suddenly heard it in a way that spoke to her. Read the whole comment stream to get the full conversation.
Cindy picked this comment from NatalieinCA as her pick from the ones that came in as a result of Cindy’s Weekly Wisdom. Natalie has even got the kids in on the act.
I seem to devote very little time to reading other blogs these days because I am just too busy. Luckily though I seem to stumble on to some good ones when I am least expecting it.Here are this weeks five that I have chosen to share with you.
Dave hits the nail on the head here. How are people supposed to feel good about showing consumerÂ restraintÂ when we keep getting told it is bad for the economy. I for one think it is time the economy adapted to revolve around another axis. A Guy Named Dave ~ Restraint as economic revolution
When reading this post keep an open mind as to how you canÂ implementÂ the spirit of it into anything you do. Jonathan Fields ~ Make more bad stuff
Do you have the same issues in your kitchen as Lynn does at Defrag my Life ~ Kitchen dekluttering ha ha,Â if you do perhaps you should follow her lead.
I am lucky that my spouse is on board with the whole declutter/simplify mission but not everyone is so fortunate. Maybe this post fromÂ Be More With Less ~ When your spouse isn’t simpleÂ will help you to get your partner motivated.
This post was suggested by Amy amid the comment stream mentioned above. I decided to add it here for those who didn’t read that far. Wisebread ~ 25 things to throw out today
Today’s Declutter Item
These pieces of fabric were quickly snapped up at the thrift shop and I was glad that they would finally get used. They have been languishing away in the bottom of my camphor wood chest for years.
Something I Am Grateful For Today
I had a little visitor today in my back yard as I pottered in the garden. It was the next door neighbour’s cat. He isÂ gorgeousÂ in his lush black and white coat and purs happily when I scratch him under the chin. Other people’s pets are the best, all pleasure and no responsibility. I would have one of my own but I like the freedom of being able to get up and go whenever I want without the trouble and expense of finding a carer. So I am grateful that the neighbour is happy to share theirs with me.