Friday, October 9, 2015


After having heard about this book for a while, I purchased it yesterday.

I resist gimmicky things, especially when I have to shell out money to get common sense advice. But this book is different. Tidying my belongings feels--has felt for sometime now--necessary to tidy my brain. I have been slowly exploring meditation and mindfulness, and being intentional (and simplistic) with belongings seems to fit. It is a good, quick read, and I have already gone through my clothes and books with this result:

(unexpected kid illness has given me some extra time at home today)

Will try to post future progress.

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