Minimalism is liberating…

The organisation of the kitchen was not quite as arduous, as first feared. Wooden spoons, pans, cake tins have been disposed.  When modifying it is surprising how many implements gather over the years.  Oh and 2 woks, really?  The cupboards were cleaned, simplified and reorganised.  The fridge emptied, with a concerted focus of not overfilling again.  But the Yorkshire pudding tins aren’t going because a Sunday Roast is a necessity!

My aims for this month are:

All unused stuff going
Examine food purchases
Healthy lunches (research/experiment)

Now the kitchen is tidy, the research has started about new food ideas with the aim to eat and enjoy different food and experiment.  Overall, the minimalism ideology is liberating and reaching many other areas of life.  The focus is on making changes, explore other ways of living and enjoying experiences.  These include writing, photographing, clearing, cooking and running.  All of the above is the overall aim of this blog.

The food lunch preps have been going well and here is an example of the lentil salaaad. The next blog will be a foody one!

 

 

One thought on “Minimalism is liberating…

  1. Minimalism really can be liberating! I’ve spent some time cutting out excess items from my life, and I’m amazed by the difference it makes. I hope one day to sit down and really go through all of my stuff to further pare down what I have (I’m a bit of a pack rat).

    Nice post!

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