A few good reads and a piece I wrote for Life Your Way.
What My Son’s Disabilities Taught Me About ‘Having It All’ by Marie Myung-Ok Lee. I live in a time where my awful vision can be corrected with glasses. I am a college graduate. I am never hungry unless I choose to be. Do I have enough? Resoundingly: yes. And I ask you to take a moment: I suspect you might, too.
The 7 Myths of a Containerized Lifestyle at Eco Salon. A garlic dicer will not simplify your life, it will clutter it. The same goes for more storage. By K. Emily Bond a lovely American writer living overseas. Like me she also appeared on House Hunters International. Her Eco Salon pieces inform, entertain or make you laugh.
One Choice that Simplified my Life in Many Ways You probably have it in your house, shop for it regularly and deal with a lot of packaging waste. One choice that makes life simpler, healthier and cheaper. My second post at Life Your Way.
Reminder: the Simplify For Fall Challenge starts next week. Check out the schedule and make some time to clear a bit of clutter and even, gasp, organize. I’m halfway through the challenge at the moment and will be posting every day next week about my progress. Including photos. I can already tell you my bedroom is an oasis of serenity and we’ve found most of our missing socks. Success.