Wardrobe Transition

The one issue I have found with curating my wardrobe is that it hasn't left me with many clothes.  Anyone else found this to be an issue?  It did however highlight how much I was holding on to that was not serving me and what items I was clearly missing. All of my basic items … Continue reading Wardrobe Transition

Living Well: Slowing Down Time

One thing that’s really standing out right now is how routines and constantly thinking about the next thing can speed up time. It can cause us to miss those wonderful moments of joy or relaxation throughout the day. I am often finding myself surprised at how quickly a day or even a week is passing … Continue reading Living Well: Slowing Down Time

Introducing Lacolombette

Me & My Blog I write about my Minimalist life(style) in a Tiny House on Wheels, with my 7-year-old daughter, 8 year-old Chihuahua, and a few cherished totems and possessions. How I Discovered Minimalism Through Courtney Cox’s Blog Be More With Less How I Introduced Minimalism into My Life Culling Physical Stuff: Giving Things Away, 15 … Continue reading Introducing Lacolombette

Introducing The Minimal Burgwahsee

Tell us a little something about yourself & your blog.   I recently retired from the technical staffing industry and am a retired veteran of the US Army. I’ve always enjoyed writing and wanted to create a blog to enable me to write about any topic that piques my interest. I’m also working on a […]

Introducing Bethany Jane Writes

Tell us a little something about yourself & your blog. Hey there, my name is Bethany Jane and I am a freelance writer who is fascinated by culture and the art of lifestyle. I started my blog Bethany Jane Writes about a year ago, but due to health setbacks I was unable to keep posting until … Continue reading Introducing Bethany Jane Writes

I used to be a shopaholic

I am now a recovering shopaholic and spendaholic. I used buying stuff as a way of cheering myself up and relieving boredom. Both were destructive behaviours with financial consequences. I could have had £40 left in my personal bank account which needed to last me another 2 weeks and I’d still pop online and treat … Continue reading I used to be a shopaholic

Introducing Mandyliveswithless

Tell us a little something about yourself & your blog.   I recently retired from the technical staffing industry and am a retired veteran of the US Army. I’ve always enjoyed writing and wanted to create a blog to enable me to write about any topic that piques my interest. I’m also working on a […]

Why I’m disconnecting to get a better connection

I have written before about conducting a digital declutter. At the time I removed all unused apps, filed all my emails, organised all my digital files and deleted bookmarks. But at the time I was really struggling to delete Facebook. Although I was using it less and less I was still uploading all my photos … Continue reading Why I’m disconnecting to get a better connection

Wardrobe Update 2

This month I finally had some funds put aside to get a few pieces for my wardrobe.  After spending months identifying what I need and like to wear most I've bought a few items that have been sitting in my wish list for just as long. I thought I would want to stick with a … Continue reading Wardrobe Update 2

Introducing David Gardner

Tell us a little something about yourself & your blog.   I recently retired from the technical staffing industry and am a retired veteran of the US Army. I’ve always enjoyed writing and wanted to create a blog to enable me to write about any topic that piques my interest. I’m also working on a … Continue reading Introducing David Gardner