Tag: minimalism

Little Things Mean A Lot

Back in the day, three kids meant cram-packed kitchen cabinets. Being well-stocked and never running out of food required planning, money, and adequate space. Living alone in a big house, I can make different choices. Particularly in the grocery shopping department. It’s just me now, and for two years...

The Joy of Moving Things Around (and Out)

Or the surprising benefits of minimizing Have you ever thought about the time you invest in managing all your stuff? Maybe it’s your investment in the caring of things — the yard, the floors, all those windows in your big house. Perhaps you invest emotional energy worrying about upgrading a possession...

What Happens When You Can’t Take It Anymore?

Are you tired of the crap lying around your house? Or in your car? Your workplace? I sure am! Last year, with the Ninja Writers’ encouragement, I embarked on a yearly theme of organization. I started out with Marie Kondo’s book about tidying up. Hubby and I tried to...