Category Archives: Decluttering

The Non-Fashionista’s Guide to Beginning a Capsule Wardrobe

The Non-Fashionista’s Guide to Beginning a Capsule Wardrobe

I never thought I’d be writing a guide to beginning a capsule wardrobe. Any longtime readers of this blog will know that I struggled for years to declutter my wardrobe. I fell for every excuse in the book. Yet with determination and time (and a lot of encouragement from you all!) I have decluttered from… Continue Reading

My Minimalist Wardrobe Confession…and a Decluttering Trick

My Minimalist Wardrobe Confession…and a Decluttering Trick

As part of my reflection of the year just gone, I was thinking about my wardrobe. Or more precisely, the number of items in it. I carried out a wardrobe audit back in August and declared my minimalist wardrobe goal was to reduce the number of items to 100. I realise that 100 items is… Continue Reading

Should Hoarders Get Second Chances?

Should Hoarders Get Second Chances?

Every time my parents read a blog post I’ve written about trying to minimalise, they have a good chuckle to themselves. “It’s easy to be a minimalist when you’ve just stored everything at your parents house!” they say. When I moved to Australia almost three years ago, I sold and gave away many of my… Continue Reading

Sold the Toaster, bought…an iPad?!

Sold the Toaster, bought…an iPad?!

Inspired by Tiny, the movie I saw a couple of weeks ago, and reinvigorated to declutter, I’ve been listing things on Gumtree this week and I’ve had some success. People want to buy my old stuff! I’ve talked before about why I think selling stuff can be better than donating it to the charity shop.… Continue Reading