I have this lingering desire to be a minimalist. However, this desire rubs up against another desire, which is to have lots of options. This was clearly revealed as my husband and I decided to purge our apartment as we began the process of moving into a condo across town.
As I wrote the previous post, Pantry Priorities: Part 1, I kept feeling the pull to explore why someone would organize a pantry, or why someone who doesn’t want to organize should consider it anyway. Since I am chronically verbose, I knew I’d fail to keep the post under an acceptable length of 900-1K words if I tried to do both. So in Part 1, I went with how. But today, join me on an adventure into the subjective landscape of why.
I looked sideways at my housemate standing nearby in the cozy but comfortable kitchen of her 1918 home. Our other housemate had just moved out, and the anticipated task of re-organizing the pantry had arrived. Thankfully, we both were eager to have it done.
Today I'm happy to share a guest post by my bright and lovely cousin in law, Savannah, who recently was asked to be involved in a project honoring her friend's father who had recently passed away. Read about her experience below!
I'm so pleased to offer another guest post on my blog! Today you are hearing from my friend Stephanie, who lives in a pretty small home with her husband Josh and TOO much stuff. They have been on a journey to discover what exactly minimalism means for them. Her post is witty, practical, and a quick read. You'll love it!