domestic scenes

A bit of sewing, a bit of knitting, a little nature, some kid art (the wood-burned horse above was a gift from Iain), a simple experiment and some apple pie.  Oh, and that funny somewhat cryptic looking letter above?  It’s code doncha know.  The latest craze around our house involved various people writing messages in code to be broken by others.  With letters just randomly appearing where ever the intended recipient is most likely to find it.

I just finished reading Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui: Free Yourself from Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Clutter Forever by Karen Kingston, as highly recommended by a friend.  A bit of a mouthful that title!  I’m in the midst of a HUGE decluttering kick.  Call it nesting if you like.  It was a nice little motivator to be reading while working through things.  Anyone have any other simplifying/decluttering book recommendations?  There’s still a lot to be done here!  There are so many things in life, that I have absolutely no control over, that are so very painfully complicated.  This I have control over.  I don’t want my home and caring for it to be complicated.  Less is more.

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2 thoughts on “domestic scenes

  1. susan

    The best investment I ever made to help myself declutter was a timer! Even if I only had 10 minutes, I’d set the timer and work quickly. It gets you to focus because you’re aware of the amount of time you have left. I can honestly say that I am now totally decluttered – closets, drawers, tabletops- everything. Give it a shot.

  2. esther

    Since a few years we are trying a more minimalistic
    lifestyle,and i,m very content with it!
    clear house=clear head
    you could read Frances Jay book :the joy of less
    or her website missminimalist also very helpfull!
    succes!

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