I consume a maximalist amount of minimalist content for someone that owns and wants to keep owning the average amount of stuff. That doesn’t mean I don’t have thoughts that I want to share with the internet about it. I will try to avoiding using the term “minimalism journey” or use that one William Morris quote as I share book reviews, decluttering adventures and more.

Recent Posts

stock woman on rock platform viewing city

Backsliding and Some Thoughts about my History with Stuff

Although I do not consider myself a Minimalist (if I had to label myself I would say I’m a critic of the movement given how many books on the subject I shittalk). I do agree with the general idea that people in first world countries own too much crap. And owning the right…

Inbound vs Outbound #15 – December 2021

The point of this article is to see what I’ve purchased versus what I’ve decluttered in the month. The ultimate goal is to see, if over time, I’m bringing more into my life than taking out. Also, if the things I do bring in are adding more value into my life in the…

rectangular green swiss cheese leafed plant photo mounted on wall

BOOK REVIEW: Live More, Want Less by Mary Carlomagno

Live More, Want Less is the fourth book by Mary Carlomagno. A professional organizer and public speaker. This book was released in 2011. The full title is: Live More, Want Less: 52 Ways to Find Order in Your Life. I scoffed when I read the title… Why would anyone want to read 52…

Inbound vs Outbound #14 – November 2021

The point of this article is to see what I’ve purchased versus what I’ve decluttered in the month. The ultimate goal is to see, if over time, I’m bringing more into my life than taking out. Also, if the things I do bring in are adding more value into my life in the…

men s gray and black button up shirt on mannequin

BOOK REVIEW: Fashionopolis by Dana Thomas

I heard about Fashionopolis as it was one of sources on a recent Climate Town video (which was awesome and you should totally watch after you’re done here).   Fashionopolis is the third book by Dana Thomas, published in 2019. She’s a careered fashion journalist for such esteemed publications as the New York Times,…

Loading…

Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.