We usually have some sort of meat with dinner, and my favorite is chicken. It’s one of the healthier meat options, and I love how versatile it is.
Many of my favorite recipes, including my enchiladas, call for shredded chicken. Ugh. Typically I’d shred with two forks, but aside from taking so much time, I absolutely abhor the sound of utensils scraping on each other *shivers*.
I’m messy by nature. While I love and thrive in clean, organized spaces, the creative part of me can’t help but leave piles in my wake. But my “Type A” part can only take so much, which is why I knew I needed a system that could work for all of me.
Then I happened upon this quote: “It’s the little things that are vital. Little things make big things happen.”
I realized that if I could make myself adopt a few small cleaning tasks each day, that could make a big difference over time. I’m calling these little bits here and there:
This past weekend my finace and I spent a bunch of time decluttering — but not in the traditional sense. While paper and stuff can definitely clutter up a home, have you thought about the clutter you probably never see?
Even though I am striving for a more simplified life, I can’t help but be drawn in by beautiful things I see everywhere (in stores, on Amazon, etc.)
Rather than try and cram everything into our small apartment, I thought it’d be a little wiser to share them here. That way we can all “ooh and ahh” together, and then those of us who have room can partake 🙂
Every year around the holidays, I’m sucked in by the pretty red and green wrapping paper. And every January, I realize how much extra Christmas paper I have…and that it’s pretty much useless for a whole year.
In my continued efforts to simplify my life, I have dubbed 2016 the first year of simplified wrappings.