I agree that simplicity becomes a reinforcing lifestyle. And isn't it amazing how you can keep finding stuff you don't need in the house, even after you think you've cleaned things out.My problem is turning it off - it's my daughter's birthday in a few weeks, and for everything I can think of to buy, my first response is "we don't need to add that to the stuff in the house". At this rate, she's not getting anything for her birthday!
That's really true. I've found that we tend to opt for experiences as gifts a lot more now, and the kids are really keen on that since they seem so much more like a treat these days.
I love that there are bolded headings on each new subject. It makes for really easy reading!Also, your shorts issues remind me of the spongebob episode where he ripped his pants.
Did you know there's a song that goes with that?I think what this post really needs is a graphic of some kind.
Oh my god, RIGHT?? It would be SO good with a graphic.
I feel liberated just reading this! THIS here is why I heart you Bec Oakley!!! :D
I love this! We are also minimalists by circumstance, not choice, but it builds character, I swear! I do get a weird kick out of seeing how creative I can make dinner the day before pay day when the fridge is nearly empty... :)
Right? There's a certain comfort in knowing that you can make dinner for six with just a lettuce and a tin of beans.