I found a new podcast and its binge worthy. This past weekend I listened to the “Downsizing Your Digital Life with Corbett Barr” episode. I was folding laundry and listening. This episode really got me thinking. Do I need all of those Instagram posts to live eternally on the internet? Why does it feel normal … Continue reading Slowly Deleting My Digital Life
Week 1 – Delete all apps beside phone, messenger, maps, podcast, camera, grocery pick up, notes, reminders, and fitness related. Email can be checked on a computer. I can borrow books through a website on the computer. I can check bank and investment accounts on the computer. Basically anything I can do on a computer, … Continue reading Week 1 Digital Minimalism/ Prince Inspired Challenge for June 2021 Update
Recently I wrote about my biological family trauma. It felt really good to share it with the world. Growing up I was conditioned not to open up and share my feelings or what was going on at home. We were conditioned to dress nice, smile, and all sit together at church to protect an image. … Continue reading Why Do I Want to KonMari a Second Time?
Have you ever wanted to declutter but felt overwhelmed? Didn’t know where to begin? Can’t remember when that pile of magazines started? If that sounds a little bit like your space, then you might be suffering from procrastination clutter. Procrastination clutter is a mix of putting something off intentionally or habitually and clutter. It is … Continue reading Procrastination Clutter is the WORST
A couple years ago I did my KonMari tidying event on a self-imposed dare. See before I walked into my local library I said to myself if the Marie Kondo book was on the shelf then I would read it and do my own KonMari tidying event. This was sort of the triple dog dare … Continue reading Would This Fit Into a Tiny Home?
Yesterday I eavesdropped on my coworkers talking about a virtual Tupperware party going on. Honestly I thought Tupperware was from my childhood and it wasn’t a thing anymore. It was all of that burnt orange, yellow, and green from maybe a 1970s Tupperware party that I grew up using. Anyone else remember these? My Mammy … Continue reading Tupperware Parties are Coming Back! – My Frugal Ways Avoided the Party
How’s the low waste May Challenge going? I’m frustrated. Honestly I’m really frustrated because so much of what I thought was recyclable isn’t recyclable. Plastic #5 isn’t readily recyclable nationwide and yet IT’S EVERYWHERE! Yogurt containers and lids, plastic meal prep containers and lids, and probably so much more. My only option to recycle plastic … Continue reading Week 2 – Reduce Waste May 2021 Challenge: Why isn’t This Recyclable?
After spending some time on Earth Day cleaning up other people’s garbage, I’m taking on another challenge for May. I’m really enjoying these monthly challenges. It’s giving me the space to experiment and try something new without all of the pressure to succeed. Rather than the go big or go home mentality that I associate … Continue reading May 2021 Experiment Inspired by Earth Day
There was a run on toilet paper. Why? Anyone else still wondering how that all started and why that became a thing? Maybe I wasn’t too concerned because I always keep a brand new package as back up. I’m never without that full brand new package. Maybe I handle toilet paper like I handle my … Continue reading What A Year It Has Been!!!
I’m terrible at making good decisions. First thing in the morning brain power, while well rested, does not work well. I’m awful at making good decisions first thing in the morning. If left to my own devices, I would more than likely go back to sleep or sit on the couch reading a book rather … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why I Have a Morning Routine