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December 20, 2020
Van Life Clothes Storage
I see lots of van lifers who do the Marie Kondo origami-folding thing, or use compression bags, packing cubes or baskets to handle clothing. I’m not
May 29, 2016
Living Small With A Partner Who Wants to Live Large
One of the biggest challenges of living small, for me, is co-habitation with someone who is #1 a fan of living large and #2 a hoarder.
January 8, 2016
An Experiment in Living Small – Edit Your Life
September 10, 2015
Tiny House & Simple Living Talk with ThumbandHammer.com
I want to give a shout-out (and a big thank you) to Doug of ThumbandHammer.com for inviting me to be a guest on his home improvement
August 12, 2015
Great Simple Living Tips for College-Bound Freshmen
Last weekend my daughter and I spent some time talking about her future. She’s a high school senior this year and time is whizzing by!!! We
August 5, 2015
How To Reduce Negativity in Your Simple Life
My Ah-Ha Moment A couple weeks ago, I had this revelation while tidying up my space. As a result of this revelation, I tossed a
July 22, 2015
Life Changing, Indeed!
Most of my readers understand that my path is a journey, not a destination. Sometimes I forget that myself and become frustrated and disenchanted. Becoming “simple”
August 20, 2014
Don’t Add, Subtract!
April 17, 2014
Simplify Your Inbox: Simple Sorting for Gmail
In a previous lifetime — oh, about two weeks ago — I had an inbox that had over 275 filters attached to it. If you had
September 26, 2013
When You Hit a Clutter-Busting Plateau
Plateaus are difficult to handle no matter what you are trying to do… train for a race, lose weight, or eliminate clutter. It USED to feel
May 20, 2013
Keeping Skinny Jeans? Difficulty Ditching Clothes? Me too.
I just read a great article over on Sparkpeople. It talked about how keeping those “skinny jeans” in your closet may actually NOT inspire you to
May 17, 2013
Don’t Buy Things To Help You Organize
Today we are inundated with advice on the best things to buy to help us organize our lives. It used to be things like those 10-pound “day-timer” monstrosities.