Is it too late to change my 2013 motto? Because I just read this post at and wowza- it resonates.

Not more. Better.

This fits in so well with my thoughts on sustainability (here and here.)

Implementing this thought process helps bring harmony to the home, to the heart. My husband actually turned me on to this blog and I’m interested to see how its influence will appear in our home!

Another great article here. This one just says it all.

2 thoughts on “Better

  1. I find minimalism very appealing. Whenever I talk about it, my husband goes & hides his stuff and lives in fear that I’m going to start throwing his things away. He’s not a hoarder but I could turn him into one by jumping on the minimalist thing. It’s taught me that minimalism might appeal to some of us, but, like everything else in life, it’s not one-size-fits-all. Minimalism doesn’t work for everyone.

    I thought the 10 Most Important Things to Simplify Your Life was interesting because there are 2 things that he is very minimalist about– words and relationships. I hadn’t thought about those in the context of minimalism!

  2. I love the idea of applying minimalism to more than just material goods. If there is a lesson for me to learn it is to be more minimalist with my words!

    Luckily for me, Brett is the one who really brought all this up so we are close to one mind on it. However, when I mentioned getting rid of the TV, he said, “Well there’s time for all that….”

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