In his quest for his day-end drink, Mike Vardy discovers that sometimes it’s okay to dump the bourbon and go with the beer. But it’s not always easy.
The other day I read in a syndicated advice column that a person should not give used clothing to Goodwill or some similar resale charity, unless its general quality were something she herself would wear. Actually, that’s not particularly good advice.
Is multitasking leading us into an attention deficit recession? Tess Wixted offers some great advice, food for thought and some excellent additional reading on this important subject.
While sorting through the accumulated clutter in her house, Julia McLean sifts through memories.
A simple cleaning out of a garden shed can give you insights into your personality and place in history.
Got clutter? Steve Goldberg shares inspiring short video on why de-cluttering matters and how to start.
As Lorne Daniel discovers, sometimes we are faced with so much choice it’s almost paralyzing. But, oh, the possibilities…
It’s the holiday season again. For some, it is the happiest time of the year, but for others it’s a time of stress. No matter what category you fall into, I’d like to suggest that you start a new tradition this year, and that is to follow your heart and only do those things that bring you joy.
Feeling overwhelmed by having too much clutter, too much stress and too much debt? These blogs about minimalism offers some brilliant and inspiring solutions to be more with less.
I’ve been interested in keeping bees for at least a couple of decades, probably since reading Sue Hubbell’s A Book of Bees. Hubbell, once a New York librarian, had moved to the Ozarks and taken up beekeeping as a livelihood. She wrote lyrically of the yearly rhythm of beekeeping, and the keen observation of bee behavior and of flowers in bloom that the bees inspired.