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!
This comment from Jen tells how she has embraced the slow decluttering approach and the benefits there of.
Loved this comment from Lena on how one small action caused a chain reaction resulting in only one thing decluttered but a whole lot of satisfaction gained.
GreyQueen left this comment in response the Cindy’s post this week ~ Makes me want to have another sort through of my scrapbooking paper. In fact today (Wednesday) I am going to an event to make Christmas cards for the troops to which I will be taking an offer of paper for others to use. It’s a win win situation.
It seem Lena has been having a particularly enthusiastic week when it comes to decluttering. Good for you Lena. I loved this comment she left on Tuesday’s post. Who needs sentimental clutter to conjure up thoughts of a loved one when their wise words are always lingering just below the surface of our memories.
Favourite Web Finds. Happy reading!
ThisÂ guest postÂ form over at Miss MinimalistÂ is more about being eco friendly than decluttering but that is important to me so I have included it.
Loved this episode of The Midway Simplicity Show with Tammy Stobel
Cindy sent through this link full of eco tips from oprah.com
Here is a great post from Cat’sMeow that was sent through to me by Sanna.
And even my husband was finding me links to share with you this week. This one for huffingtonpost.com reveals what many people waste their money on without even giving it a second thought and wonder why their credit card debt is so high.
Today’s Mini Mission
Declutter something made fromÂ glass
Today’s Declutter Item
This is the closest thing to glass that I have to declutter today. I had kept this bowl because my son preferred it to the other large bowls we use for serving pasta and curry. He hasn’t used it for some time so out it goes.
Eco Tip for the Day
If you are one for ironing just about anything ~ sheets, underwear,Â pyjamas,Â tea towels etcÂ ~ do yourself a favour and give it up for the sake of the environment. Electrical energy won’t be the only energy you will be saving.