Rule #2 is most helpful for me.
It's the Little Things:
5 Ways to Spend Less & Reduce Clutter
|1/24/13 2:43 PM|
Have not had a car in the last 6 months (it died last August, sold to junker). My boyfriend and I take the bus (we live in Austin) or walk everywhere we need to go. It has definitely helped my time management skills. I love reading on the bus and I BUDGET MY TIME to get places.
Driving VS Public Transit: What's Your Preference?
|1/22/13 8:29 PM|
I bought a few paperbacks at thrift stores on a cross-country move last summer but haven't bought any new books since. My book collection is actually about 10 books I think? I know I am definitely in the minority. If I want to read something I get it at the library. I keep a to-read list on my computer and always have something in my holds list for reading. Sometimes I have to wait awhile for a newer book but I don't feel bad about not buying them. As for other media, I have only kept dvds of movies that I enjoy re-watching as well as a few harder to obtain tv series so my dvd collection is under twenty discs. The boyfriend and I have a few joint cd cases (yea we both us cd players! I have nice headphones which makes for a good listening experience). He also has a small (used to be quite vast!) record collection that we play on our little portable record player. Our tv is ancient and has a VCR so we do have some VHS but that's a small collection too.
Day 12: Declutter Books & Media Apartment Therapy January Cure
|1/17/13 1:28 PM|