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When to sell vs. donate

You have decided to de-clutter your home – great! But as you begin to sort through your belongings to decide what stays and what goes, you may consider, “What do I do with this stuff now?” 654 more words


Desires Aside | Meditation on Song of Solomon 7:10

I am my beloved’s and his desire is for me (Song of Solomon 7:10 ESV)

I love how You love me. Jesus, You gave it all up for me; so much that You left Your Father’s home and laid down Your life here on earth so that my debt is paid personally. 143 more words


Rack and Rows

There seems to be a bit of a trend for bike racks to be next to vents/air intakes.

Perhaps because the latter are placed in inconvenient parts of buildings and we all know that bikes that need parking are an inconvenience compared to automobiles. 39 more words


Embracing Minimalism (Kinda)

It was an off-hand comment that started it all, “Wow, you have a lot of stuff.”

At first I didn’t think too much of it, but as the days passed it began to bother me more and more. 334 more words


Minimalism and Preparedness Part II: What's in your EDC?

In my last blog posting I argued that minimalism is not incompatible with preparedness and in fact the two concepts are complementary. Today, I’d like to explore a related concept of what is in my everyday carry (EDC). 499 more words

coffee can

Though I’ve cut my consumption to two mugfuls a day, nevertheless I go through a can of coffee every two weeks. I feel a twinge of conscience at claiming this as a shed, yet twice a month I have to do it to stay ahead of a deal of clutter. 213 more words

Daily Shed

Minimalism and Tech

While I indulge myself with audio equipment and Mac products, the majority of the time I consider myself a minimalist.

I like to keep things simple; clean. 212 more words