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!
Sanna fills us in on her reasons for liking the slow and steady approach to decluttering in this comment.
Creative MeÂ gives us her take on how the best of a collection can just get lost in the crowd in thisÂ comment.
This comment in response to Cindy’s post this week is also from Creative me. She stumbled upon a way to resist retail temptation.
Rebecca is using much the same method to declutter her photos that I am. Read about it here.
Ideealistin gives Â us a rundown in this comment on how she was being inspired by both posts and fellow 365ers last week.
One of a newest 365ers, Mags, introduces herself and lets us know what areas of clutter she is working on in this comment. Welcome to the gang Mags.
Favourite Web Finds. Happy reading!
Cindy sent this link from the NY Times
In case you haven’t been over to Midway Simplicity lately, to see what Tohami is up to, here are a couple of posts worth reading. The first by Kate Carpenter on the true cost of clutter and the latest video project The Midway Decluttering Show featuring Joshua BeckerÂ .
This post from Slow Your Home gives you 52 reasons to simplify.
Here is another article, this timeÂ from Body & Soul with more information on, and reasons behind clutter.
Today’s Mini Mission
I find that the stronger my desire to reduce my belongings becomes the less attachment I have to sentimental items. Assess what you have in the way of sentimental items and declutter those that no longer hold much attraction. Take into account whether you really need these items to remember the people, places and events.
Eco Tip For The Day
If you enjoy a nice coffee seek out cafÃ©s with and eco friendly bent. Two of my favourites have secondhand dÃ©cor, sugar bowls (not sachets), butter and spreads served in dishes no foil or plastic…
It matters not how fast I go, I hurry faster when Iâ€™m slow