If you find yourself procrastinating, dithering, or avoiding the decluttering that's needed to achieve minimalism, read this. It might help.
Does the thought of living in a tiny, perfect, simple home fill you with joy? Let's look at how you can start moving towards that dream.
I've been there! I was the bulk buying queen but I made mistakes. So what's the remedy?
This post is just my take on how and why reducing clutter and keeping it away can benefit our world. Live simply, make do, reuse.
Marie Kondo's method was originally designed for compact homes with minimal storage, and that makes a lot of sense. But what if you suck at folding?
Kids get SO many presents, they often rip open gift after gift, toss it to one side and open the next. You'll soon discover which are their favourites! The gifts they don't like can be boxed up and saved for re-gifting to friends and familyThe not-quite-so-popular gifts can be tucked away and pulled out in… Continue reading Suffering From Gift Fatigue? 6 Quick Tips!
I have a dear funny, sweet and kind friend who has a collection of elephants. She doesn't actually collect elephants. She has nothing against them, but has never actively collected them. They are all gifts from one person. Who insists on buying them for her whenever they spot one. Being an immensely kind and warmhearted… Continue reading Christmas Post! Rena And The Unwanted Gifts.
Consider for a moment how many toys your child has right now. ~ And that a gift giving event is only days away ~ ~ And that means more new toys! ~ Do you ever get the feeling that they simply… Continue reading Curating Your Child’s Toys.
Your home. It's the environment in which you live your life, to which you retreat at the end of the day, that holds your most beloved possessions and often your most beloved people. Why not create an environment that fulfils you, that increases your feelings of wellbeing? A space that meets, not only your physical needs, but your emotional and perhaps your spiritual needs.
We've all seen the house staging TV shows, but you'd be very surprised how much you can do with your own furniture!