My lovely friend recently had her wallet stolen and told me she would have preferred if it had been her phone because of all the things she had to cancel. It’s a horrible experience and I completely sympathise with her. It also made me worry about what would happen if mine was stolen. So I’m making it … Continue reading Loyalty Cards & Wallet Declutter
Wow am I glad I decluttered now! My landlord has decided to sell the house I live in and so I need to find somewhere new. It has been a good little house and we were lucky to be there for three years but rent prices are going up and the market isn’t great so … Continue reading Small Apartments
My wardrobe became three wardrobes. Two in my house and one in my parents’ house. They were stuffed – bursting at the seams with stuff I rarely wore. Continue reading A Minimalist Wardrobe Declutter
Surprisingly the organic farmers’ market has saved us money because I can buy a singular onion if I want to! You’ll be surprised how little needs to go into your basket for a full week’s meals. Continue reading Tiny fridges and Organic markets
Help! I had an ant attack – ugh! But I’m a glass half-full person. So I took it as an (involuntary) opportunity to clear out my cupboards. My house is a sugar-free zone now and gone is anything that wasn’t sealed properly. Continue reading Ants! A cupboard clear-out story!
This wonderful Khan academy video explaining how credit card interest is calculated is just another reason to not use your credit card. If you find it hard to break free from the endless cycle of purchasing ‘stuff’ try freezing your credit card. I don’t mean freeze your bank account but literally put your credit card … Continue reading Freeze your credit card debt
Five years ago I began this blog to try motivate myself to live up to the environmental message I believed in since I was a kid. Since then I’ve been busy growing up. I moved to Oxford for a year to earn a masters degree, moved back to Dublin again, moved in with my partner, … Continue reading Less Plastic + Less Stuff + Less Waste = More Happiness