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.
As soon as we have children we are inundated with stuff! Not just the practical, everyday stuff that is part and parcel of being a parent, but all the sentimental stuff too (birth announcements, new baby cards, baby books, first
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)
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
It sounds dramatic to state that decluttering has changed my life – but that’s the best way I can describe this process. It started with a book, then the gradual, physical decluttering of my house, but now I am applying
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