Think-Back-On-It Thursday #3 - Spring Refresh

Now that I've written more than 470 posts for Maximum Gratitude Minimal Stuff, I'm starting to go back and revise my older writing.  And some of those older posts are quite useful.


But many of you are newer readers and have never seen posts that were written in 2018, 2019, or even last summer or fall.  And if you've been a faithful reader for quite a while (thank you, by the way), you've probably forgotten.  I wrote the stuff, and I've forgotten parts of it!


It's worth revisiting what we've written, read, or thought before, as both a reminder and for new insights.  So on selected Thursdays, instead of posting new content, I'm going to direct you toward posts of the past that I think are worth a re-read.


The posts I'm featuring this week are appropriate as spring approaches and we all start to think about cleaning and refreshing our homes for the new season.  You'll find some inspiration here!


spring rainbow


A Real Home Makeover – 6 Reasons to Declutter Now from July 1, 2019

We love Home and Garden TV makeovers because of beauty, order, and comfortable design.  That's how we'd like to live too!  Here's how to get that "dream home" look for free.


Una Bella Vita (A Beautiful Life) from July 15, 2019

It's smarter to appreciate life every day than to regret what you don't have.  Here's how to change your mindset, lifestyle, and home to reflect what you care about.


Memories, Not Mementos from September 11, 2019

Why do we keep boxes of mementos that we never really look at again?  Here are three reasons why, plus a simple strategy for enjoying more memories with less stuff.




CLUTTER-FREE KIDS book
Want to help the kids in your life learn to choose what matters and remove what gets in the way?  To create more focus for homework and more time for play and creativity?  To realize how lucky they are and how much they have to share?


My newest book, Clutter-Free Kids: A 10-Step Guide to Help You Take Control of Your Own Space,* is available now in both e-book and paperback editions.  It's written for kids 6-14, but honestly, it makes living a clutter-free life accessible for anyone.


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