This is part 5 in a six part series on decluttering Komono! When I first read about this category, I thought it was crazy. I had just gotten used to being told do this stuff, then go to this one next. Now I had to figure out what to do next on my own? … Continue reading The Emotions of Stuff: Komono, The Miscellaneous Category.
This is part four in a six part series on de-cluttering. Papers is the third category in Marie Kondo’s The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, yet it can be the hardest. This is a really huge issue, so much so that it can send the most determined de-clutterer into a panic. I’ve heard from … Continue reading The Emotions of Stuff: Papers
This is part three of a six part series on the de-cluttering. When I was 11, once a month I would head out to Woolworth’s to buy a Nancy Drew book. Each book cost a $1.69 plus tax. I would save my allowance between each purchase and set aside exactly the amount needed, plus … Continue reading The Emotions of Stuff: Books
This is part two in a six part series on de-cluttering. Welcome back to my series on the Emotions of Stuff. Yesterday's post was a bit of an intro into why we have such strong feelings about our belongings. Going forward, I'm going to revisit the different categories of my journey through the emotions … Continue reading The Emotions of Stuff : Clothing
This is part one in a six part series on decluttering. I love Marie Kondo’s method of Tidying Up. It was the major reason I was able to finish decluttering my home and move on to a joy filled life. While her method is straightforward and gentle and gives you a step by step process … Continue reading The Emotions of Stuff
On the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada, our growing time is pretty short. Plants go into the ground in May if the frosts have ended, and crops start dying down in September. My garden finished up last week, with the exception of some of the flowers. As I pulled up the spent plants and … Continue reading Harvest Time
I mentioned the card table in another post about saving things "just for good” and then not using them. Then end result is they go out of fashion, break, or become damaged from being stored, before you get a chance to use them. That’s what happened to this table. It was a lovely little … Continue reading Just For Good, A Revisit.