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!
In thisÂ commentÂ Rachel W. tells us about some unintentional decluttering she has done at times. Funny how it all seems so tragic to us when this happens but later we realise the stuff didn’t really matter at all.
ThisÂ commentÂ from Jen has examples of problems turned into opportunity to me.
Here is a great tip from Dagmara on allowing “Natural Progression decluttering” to take care of the constant influx of kids art projects.
Dagmara also left this comment telling us how she get her husband on board with the decluttering. How clever is she?
Favourite Web Finds. Happy reading!
It is nice to finally see an article out there that takes on the subject of the prospect of a greenÂ economyÂ in out future. Not too distant future I hope.Â http://www.triplepundit.com/2012/10/green-economy-future/
This link, kindly sent through to me by Nana, tackles the subject of how we are coerced into parting with our hard earned cash in the stores. Fortunately it comes with tips on how to avoid the con. Â Â http://www.savings.com/blog/post/Why-We-Buy-The-Science-of-Shopping.html
What kind of clutterer are you? Read this post which outlines five types of clutterer according to Peter Walsh (Aussie Clutter Guru) Shared with us by AndrÃ©ia. Â http://www.oprah.com/home/Whats-Your-Clutter-Style-Peter-Walsh-Declutter-Tips/1
In an attempt to locate an article whose link was not working I found this article about compulsive hoarding.
Today’s Mini Mission
If, like me, you are decluttering your craft supplies now is the time to make your holiday/Christmas cards if you havenâ€™t done so already.
Today’s Declutter Item
Eco Tip for the Day
Use the stairs rather than the elevator. This of course has the added bonus of a littleÂ impromptuÂ exercise.