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!
Here are a couple of reader updates on the November Keep It Tidy challenge:~
- Maggie is not only rising to the challenge but is actually enjoying it. Good for you Maggie.
- Mark Adam Douglas who inspired the challenge is naturally doing well.
Maggie also had this to say about donating to charity.
Sanna also had some thoughts and experiences to share on giving things away in thisÂ comment.
I also enjoyed this exchange between Jo H and Cindy.
Favourite Web Finds. Happy reading!
I got a shout out from Joshua Becker from Becoming Minimalist last week. Read it here
This Youtube video featuring Nick Vujicic isn’t about decluttering or minimalism but it sure does make you take a long hard look at yourself and remember how lucky you are.
Thank you to whoever sent me this link I only wish I remembered who it was. Those of you who can’t bare to part with the endless supply of art work your little ones bring home this is the ap for you ~ Artkive.
I found this next link via Peter Walsh’s twitter page ~Â www.buzzfeed.com ~ 27-ways-to-make-your-groceries-last-as-long-as-possible
Happiness project ~ Pigeon-of-discontent-I-dont-know-how-to-start-my-happiness-project
Today’s Mini Mission
Declutter something leisure related. Perhaps some sporting equipment, fishing gear or hobby supply that are no longer used.
Today’s Declutter Item
Eco Tip for the Day
This tip is for those with an automatic garage door. Most automatic garage doors have a light that comes on when the door is opening and closing. This light stays on for some minutes after operation has ceased. It is however possible to turn off the light with the door controller to avoid unnecessary waste of electricity. I don’t know why this didn’t occur to me sooner but I will certainly to switching the light off in the future.