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What Does Minimalism Mean to You?

It means something different to everyone – there is no right or wrong way with minimalism, you can tailor it to your life. It should fit you, rather than the other way round. What it doesn’t mean to me Getting rid of everything Living in an austere home Having no belongings Having no home comforts Blank walls A feeling of …

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Amazon Wishlist

Their are some amazing companies on Amazon – I know it (Amazon) gets a lot of negative press, but it also does support small businesses and many self-employed people. And for people who are unable to physically go shopping, it has everything they could possibly need, even including groceries. There are many bargains to be had – obviously remembering that …

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Three Bags Full

Do you always donate your unwanted clothes and household goods to charity shops? Next time you’re decluttering, why not consider donating some to your local women’s refuge? Most* are happy to receive clothes, bedding, towels, toiletries (full and gently-used bottles), Christmas decorations, toys, household items like cutlery, crockery, cookware, and soft furnishing such as blinds, curtains, wallpaper, etc. Some will …

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White Crockery

I love white crockery – it’s so clean and simple, and matches any colour scheme! I must admit I like everything in one colour, with just the occasional splash of colour provided by accessories. How about you?  We de-cluttered our kitchen cupboards recently and got rid of any crockery, glassware, pots, pans and tools that we weren’t using on a …

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How Many Life Hours Did Your ‘Stuff’ Cost You?

Have you ever thought about what your ‘stuff’ costs you, in non-monetary terms? How many life hours you’ve actually exchanged to buy the things that are filling your closets, cupboards, attic, garden shed – your entire home? Time spent buying things, storing things, cleaning things, moving things around, losing things, looking for said ‘lost’ things, buying duplicates for things you …

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