In yesterday’s post I’ve mentioned the huge amount of Allen Keys that I’ve found in our toolbox.
Surely, this not so unusual collection must have started with just one tiny Allen key.
And surely we didn’t plan to have that many and give them a home for years without reuse.
But it happened. We’re guilty as charged.
Allen keys, like any other clutter, enter your home and that’s where the law of attraction comes in and gives you more and more…and more.
If you’re not on the case, you end up with enough Allen keys to start a job at IKEA.
Jokes aside, it’s funny how we bring one item into our home, Allen key or not, and if we’re not constantly keeping an eye on it, they just Continue reading “The law of attraction…”
My closet has never been that bad, but there was definitely too much clutter in it. Too much clutter, that I never or hardly wore. I always seemed to pick the same items to wear. It’s the typical ‘We wear 20% of our clothes, 80% of the time’-situation.
As I mentioned in my post yesterday (Shopping for happiness), I used to go shopping for all kinds of reasons, so of course, I ended up with lots of clutter in my closet.
Now, I don’t have a photo of the before, because when I started this journey, I just didn’t think of taking photos or of starting a blog. There was just too much of everything.
I kinda regret that now, but I can assure you, that you’re not missing out on anything (it was just clutter after all).
I also regret, spending thousands of pounds (not that I counted) on Continue reading “Cleaning out my closet…”