emptiness

Pretend you have reached the “perfection” of minimalism. You have Kondo’d your life. Everything has been cleaned, decluttered, simplified, culled, curated, purged and pruned. You own nothing that does not spark joy, wasn’t useful or beautiful, didn’t hold intense personal value, makes you turn cartwheels or burst into song upon seeing it. Your home and … [Read more…]

Less house

I wrote a bit ago about how much space we use and what we really need. At the time I thought that about 1200 sq feet would be adequate. I’m not really into building a “micro” house. Living in the northeast and freezing my rear off for 9 months out of the year doesn’t lend itself … [Read more…]

Indecision

I don’t know what to do. Does this ever happen to you? I have something I want. But, I don’t want to over-want it because, well, you know, I am striving toward minimalism. I shouldn’t want anything too much. And then, if I do decide to acquire something it should be of good quality so it … [Read more…]

An Open Letter to Whoopi Goldberg….We most certainly WERE Listening

Source: An Open Letter to Whoopi Goldberg….We most certainly WERE Listening I HAD to repost this. I mean, this is MY profession. One I have worked hard to become a part of and one that I am proud of. Joy B. talks for a living. I WORK and LISTEN. That is all. Liz