A few months after moving to Croatia I began to complain about a few commodities I missed from the States: a dishwasher, a dryer, microwave, a walk in closet to name a few. But I soon realized these were things we could purchase, but did we really need them? My previous closet had shelves and shelves of clothes I hardly wore, some even still had the tags on! So I stopped complaining and instead made a conscious effort to embrace our minimalist lifestyle. As you can see, my new closet is tiny but it has all that I need.
Artwork from a friend and the bedspread made from some fabric I purchased a few years ago add a splash of color and make up for the colorless walls.
Trust me, the kitchen doesn't look this clean very often!
From what I read in a previous post about Feng Shui,..."you need to get rid of things that are of no use, little use or less use- in order to invite new things into your life."
What do you think, is less better? Last but not least, thank you for being a part of this journey with me. Your comments have encouraged and inspired me. My life is richer because of knowing you.
(P.S. hubby and I have been intensely drinking honey lemon and rose hip tea and having lots of soup, so thanks again for your home remedy tips.)