Monthly Archives: April 2016

Minimalism isn’t a dirty word

If you’ve read any of my posts here or on Not a Pedestrian Life, you’ll know that traveling and moving is part of the story of our family. You’ll also know that I feel strongly about the value of carefully chosen items which remind us of who we are and where we come from. Nevertheless, every year hundreds of books are published about decluttering, organising, downsizing and otherwise ridding yourself of stuff. There’s something very western and very consumptive about this phenomenon. In order to Continue reading →