Tag Archives: Clutter

Rubbish Bins 3

This is the third blog in the series of posts about bins and rubbish.   A key question to ask is “what is the difference between clutter and rubbish?”   It occurs to me that one mans clutter is another man’s … Continue reading

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Rubbish Bins 2

Where does all the rubbish go? Maybe the Pig Bins really do go to pigs.   That used to be the case, but after outbreaks of swine fever, that has all been stopped.    So who is eating it now … Continue reading

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Rubbish Bins

Once upon a time we all had one small rubbish bin which was emptied by the Council every week.   No fuss, no guidelines and no worries.   It just happened. Now that’s all changed.    We are all environmentally … Continue reading

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Eating the Clutter Elephant

This is my first progress report on my 2019 decluttering plan.  The first thing to say is as of yet I haven’t decluttered anything but I need to start out with a strategy and a plan.  So here goes:-c Strategy … Continue reading

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DeClutter-A-Day

Happy New Year! I obviously had a moment of de-cluttering breakdown with my last post “Learn to Love Clutter”.   It’s not a strategy that will ever work for me. Seems  like almost a year has gone by since my heroic … Continue reading

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Learn to Love Clutter ?

Maybe there is an alternative to continuously unsuccessfully de-cluttering.    Perhaps I should become a hoarder and completely reverse my thinking about clutter ? Become a collector of EVERYTHING 😀😀😀😀😀🤡 Starting with SOCKS.   Why not, it is as good a place to … Continue reading

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“Peak Stuff”

Economists are funny people with some very strange ideas.   They are always forecasting things which rarely come true.   Today I read for the first time about the theory of “peak stuff”.  It is not a concept I have … Continue reading

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