Tag Archives: Minimalism

The Gift of Life

Nothing puts perspective into one’s self-awareness like life and death.  In a three-week span of time, my mother passed away and my third precious grand baby has been born.  Sophie Ann made her debut today at 8:47 pm.  My promise to her is that I will treasure her always and share with her all I […]

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The Avarice…

The Grinch: That’s what it’s all about, isn’t it? That’s what it’s always been *about*. Gifts, gifts… gifts, gifts, gifts, gifts, gifts! You wanna know what happens to your gifts? They all come to me. In your garbage. You see what I’m saying? In your *garbage*. I could hang myself with all the bad Christmas […]

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Sharpened Focus…

This weekend has been so lovely.  Each day that passes as a Minimalist becomes sweeter and sweeter.  Now don’t get me wrong, I am not advocating that Minimalism results in a “Pollyannic” life where nothing goes wrong, life continues with its ups and downs.  What I am finding in my life is that my focus […]

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The More of Less…

Daniel and I have been on the journey of “minimalizing” our life for about seven months.  During this time we have taken several truckloads (yes I said truckloads) of items such as clothing, books, kitchenware, decorations, (you name it) to various charity locations.  The rest we have tried to recycle and as a last resort, […]

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