I did some math the other day (I’m not a math person, so I’m fairly certain my soul died a little bit), and I came up with this simple conclusion: thanks to interest on loans and crappy teacher salaries, we’re going to spend the rest of our mortal lives in debt.
We always talk about budgeting and always acknowledge it’s a good thing to do, and occasionally we even sit down and plan a budget… but we never stick to it.
While perusing Netflix one day, my husband stumbled upon a documentary about minimalism. The idea intrigued him, and he started talking to me about it.
“My kitchen is way too small!” But it turns out, that isn’t the problem.
The Broken Window Theory is a concept that was first introduced to me about a year and a half ago. The example I heard put it this way:
Many of us, especially girls, have the problem of having clothes galore… yet nothing to wear. Here’s what I did to fix the problem. Spoiler alert: it worked, and my life is so much easier now!
Well, here it is! The results of cleaning up my Pit of Despair are even better than I had hoped. After cleaning up all of my clutter, I ended up realizing