On the left are the old blanket, beach towel and a box
the same size as the erstwhile radio alarm clock.
On the right are the new downsized items.So you declutter the clutter, you declutter the doubles and the multiples, then you declutter deeper. You declutter excess storage and newly vacated furniture, and then where do you go? I’m not aiming for a 33 item wardrobe or to fit all my belongings into a back pack, or even the boot of a car. I’m aiming for a comfortable life that’s easy to maintain, light and airy, and not weighed down with excess stuff.
When you’re down to everything you still need or want, the logical answer is to go smaller. I already got rid on enormous sofa that was gifted to me many years ago, and replaced it with two love seats that much better fit the space.
The 2m x3m carpet that necessarily had to go under the front legs of the sofas, has been replaced with a smaller one that neatly sits in front of the sofa legs and is easily rolled up for sweeping and washing…
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