If you've stuck with me awhile, you'll know that I've been blogging for a little over 5 years now. I love those nice little clear jar collections you can see in boutique stores and on Pinterest. Unfortunately, I don't have shelves worth of perfectly matched jars and lids. It would cost at least some amount … Continue reading Please Contain Yourself! DIY Zero Waste Organization You Can Easily Do
I love those nice little clear jar collections you can see in stores and on blogs. Unfortunately, I don't have shelves worth of perfectly matched jars and lids. I think that would cost a pretty penny to get, so I like using old jelly jars and a few apothecary jars and maybe even an old … Continue reading Please Contain Yourself!
Some Things Need Tailoring Like I said in my post, Ive done some light closet purging lately. I make it a habit to go through my clothes, including the stuff that is stashed in the back just in case Ill fit into it again, and donate the stuff that I dont truly love anymore. That … Continue reading Reconstruction: The Closet Era
No, I haven`t lost my mind. I`m not talking about bulimia here, (which is destructive, let me tell you) but rather the getting rid of material junk. That`d be possessions, mind you. I`m even being more specific than that. Since it is Spring, and a lot of things are getting pruned, I turned that same … Continue reading Constructive Purging
I know a lot of you are still anxious about last week's preview post, though a lot of people seemed to think that the riddle was fairly easy. Don't remember it? I can do a repeat for you here: When you see me, I see you. What you see is all turned about for me. … Continue reading Mirror, Mirror, on The Wall
Ode to Cardboard. The magnificent feature and terrible creature, we all throw it out when our refrigerator comes about. Junk to remove, hated, you are rude to this material we can`t live without. Speaking of the woes of the under appreciated material, I believe it is time cardboard earned some love. Your love! Because … Continue reading Cardboard and Hoovervilles