There’s a lot that we can learn or re-learn if we bring back a little bit of play from our childhood’s passed. Experimentation, fun and play are the keys to creativity and happiness.
The last post in the declutter series this month is about decluttering your media exposure. There is a strong correlation between less screen time and more health, happiness and wellbeing. Today’s post is about living more in the here and now, and less vicariously through the filter of the screen.
Less is definitely more when it comes to schedules, commitments, to-dos and leading a happy, healthy, thriving life. Here are some tips on how to declutter your schedule.
If you think Boxing Day sales are a bargain hunter’s adrenalin rush, then wait ’til you start frequenting garage sales! I love a bargain and am loving my new garage sale hobby. These are a few tips I’ve learned on getting the most out of garage sales.
When I think of the things that make me happy, and what I want more of in my life, I realise that none of those things can be bought with money. I don’t want clothes or the latest gadgets or more stuff (ok, sometimes I do), instead, I want intangible things that improve the quality […]
The reality is that many of us are frugal because we have to be. Yes, frugality is a mindset, it is a response to everything we don’t like about modern consumerism and a result of concerns for the environment. But more often than not, frugality stems from necessity. ‘I’m frugal’ is often a nice way […]
I’ve been having frequent bouts of decision paralysis lately. To name a few: what is the best exercise regime to start? (You know, anaerobic, aerobic – because if I’m going to start one then I want it to be the best.) What am I going to get the little fella for his birthday? (It has […]