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!
I like Spendwisemom’s outlook in this short comment.
It always warms my heart when I hear of a young person seeing the error of there ways, in relation to materialism and consumerism, at such a early age like Amanda in this comment. I sincerely hope some of her friends follow her example.
I loved this comment from Mary about how she has gently encouraged her husband to declutter boxes of books he has been hanging on to. Well done Mary and to your husband too.
Sanna has a good approach to decluttering in this comment. I also like her attitude to donating stuff to the thrift shop, I feel the same way myself.
I had to share this comment, it’s from my baby girl. She will be 23 in a weeks time but she is still my baby girl.
Favourite Web Finds. Happy reading!
Loved this post from Leo Babauta at Zen Habits
Here is a link sent to me by Cindy that she thought we might enjoy.
Here is a link to Rick Steves’ ~ Pack Smart and Travel LightÂ article. Rick is the Guru on travelling in Europe and knows a trick or two on travelling light. I taught us all we needed to know.
Found this summaryÂ at The Simplicity Collective quite interesting and am looking forward to reading the full paper on the subject.
Today’s Mini Mission
Do you have too many publicationsÂ ~ novels, magazines, cookbooks, newspapers, non-fiction booksâ€¦? If so now is the time to weed out a few.
Today’s Declutter Item
These are a batch of craft magazines that didn’t make the cut during my latest flurry of getting my craft room declutter completed. There are more craft decluttered items that will come up soon. I have been decluttering in advance of being physically out of action for a month from the 21st. Don’t worry I will still be blogging, I’m not letting you off that easily. No rest for the wicked as they say.
Something I Am Grateful For Today
Lots of errands complete and dinner with a group of friends. A pretty great day all round really.