Following on from my initial post in April telling you all about my not buying clothes experiment, here is my update 7 months in. It hasn’t all been plain sailing but the lessons I have learnt have been worth it.
I read more now I have fewer books. I used to own a bookcase full of books and textbooks and only used to read one book every 5 months. Now, I only own about 20 books (plus 30 reference books)
Invest in yourself, not stuff We often ‘treat ourselves’ with food, a new top or a knick-knack but how about we REALLY treat ourselves and others? What if, instead of frivolously spending cash, we purposefully invest in ourselves?
In March I decided to do an experiment and not buy any clothes for a year. And you might be wondering if I have I gone cold turkey over clothes? The answer is yes, and that is surprising considering my
Make everything count Life is a lot like a library. Everyday, I turn the page and learn something new. Take a bad scenario…I’ve had a dodgy ankle for the last 4 weeks and it was stopping me doing badminton and
Hi! We are Sally and Helen, and we are both on a journey towards having more. Not more in terms of material possessions, but more experiences and more fulfilment by creating meaningful lives. Through de-cluttering and getting rid of all