Shopping less turned into more control of my decisions.
You Can Break Up With Your Things
Things aren't meant to be forever. Accept that and be free.
When Less Continues to be More
Moving away from items and getting closer to happiness.
Dirt Underneath Decluttering
Who would've thought that a good behavior could have been used inappropriately.
What You Can Learn From Your Trash And Mess
Cleaning up is so exhausting. The worst part of it is that it never ends. A week passes by and the mess just bursts forth like a weed, and making me remember vividly, how I made it disappear last week, and the week before that, and the week before that... There's one good thing about…
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10 Things No Longer on my Shopping List
My friend and I were talking about a video that popped on my queue, and started listing the items that we no longer purchase. The cause of our decisions involve our growing knowledge on personal health, the damage to the environment, and ways to save. Some of these can come as a result of time…
What’s the hype with decluttering?
It's been a few years since decluttering became a household word. The act has become a sensation to the point where Netflix has a series and YouTube has tons of videos on it. Some might ask, "Why is this such a big deal? Cleaning is not revolutionary." Well, it can be. In these days, we…
The Power in Less
In aiming for the American dream, I, like many others, had the belief that the more I had, the happier I would be. I had thoughts about success having a lot to do with numbers, specifically those that are preceded by dollar signs. I always knew that this was not true. The best things in…
Whatcha buy that for?
Once I find a product I love, I try to make acquaintances with its relatives. I look for different colors or similar styles or explore the store a bit more. It's like a gold rush, hoping that I have not found the only golden nugget. To be perfectly honest, this has become my favorite hobby.…