“Brrr it’s chilly out there isn’t it!”, “The traffic was horrendous on the way here!” What exactly is this all about? A chain of pretty insignificant details that we probably already know or don’t really care about. Maybe it’s just
So we’ve all come to crossroads in our lifetime and had to make decisions about what to do, whether it’s about taking a new job, moving on from a relationship or making a new start on life… but how do
Intention setting and meditation are the new ‘in’ things and more people are taking it up but why now, does it really work and what’s the science behind it? I tried it out after having spoken to someone who was
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
Like the vast majority of people my weight fluctuates. In the past I have been overweight and unhealthy (& 2 dress sizes bigger than I am now), I have also been super-fit and healthy (& 2 dress sizes smaller than
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?
Is time passing you by? Time is a valuable and abundant resource – we all have it, yet we so often waste it. If we don’t slow down and pay attention to our lives, it gradually slips away without us
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
Many people mindlessly default to a day’s shopping as something to do, but as Minimalists and lovers of experiential living, we wanted to try and use our time and our money in more meaningful ways. We think that by demonstrating