I’m getting really tired of coupons and sales. For my thoughts on coupons, please see my prior post My Thoughts on Coupons. I wrote that over two years but I still mostly feel the same way. In that post, my idea was that instead of having coupons – everyone would just get the deal for the item… Continue reading Coupons and Sales.
It is so nice, calming and refreshing to have a bathroom counter that is free of clutter. It makes the space look bigger and is less stressful than having a lot of stuff piled on the counter. My bathroom counter has three items on it, which I think are essential: hand soap, lotion and air… Continue reading Clean Bathroom Counter.
If you are into minimalism, simple living, intentional living, etc then you’ve probably heard about Project 333 (basically a way to downsize your clothing and accessories). I’ve heard of it but was never really interested in it. Then I eventually decided I’d look into it and see what the hype is all about. Basically the… Continue reading Project 333 – Done.
I just got a new purse. It’s adorable and the picture is in the link here (Choosing a purse is exhausting.). Of course, right after I got it, I realized that it’s not very well made. There are two pockets on the inside – one has a zipper and it ripped. The other is more… Continue reading What’s In My Purse?
At Christmastime, I went through the Christmas decoration box and pulled out the Christmas photo cards that I planned to scan and save as digital images on the computer. Those all went into a pile near the scanner/printer. Then recently, I went through my keepsake box and pulled out items that could be scanned/saved instead… Continue reading Is It Even Worth Scanning?
I really didn’t feel like eating a salad. I was hungry and I wanted FOOD! A salad sounded so unsatisfying. I know there’s some leftover cake in the fridge, that sounded GOOD! But I had already bought the stuff to make salads this week and I didn’t want it to go to waste. I know… Continue reading But I don’t want a salad.
I read somewhere recently (and I’ve heard of this before so it wasn’t an entirely new idea) that when you run out of something, it could be good to try to see how long you can go before replacing it. In doing this, you might realize that you didn’t need really need it after all.… Continue reading Can I Live Without It?