It seems that once you actively engage in decluttering a part of your life, regardless of whether it is physical or mental clutter, there is always more that you can find to do.
My home is far from totally decluttered but I have increasingly found myself applying the same principles to my space in the office. I work in an open-plan office in a 5 star ‘green’ building. Many people are resistant to the ‘rules’ attached to this standard, however, I am pleased that we have initiatives such as separate waste and recycling bins in the kitchen areas. Compared to some others, my work-station is positively spartan.
Nevertheless, there are always bits of paper and other junk gathering so each day I check to see what else I can clear away. It is much easier to work when everything has a home and you have only ‘enough’ of things like stationery supplies.
Neither of these desks are mine but I definitely am closer to the tidy than untidy one, thank goodness. One day I will take a photo so you can see what it is really like.
On another note, Joanna asked what is in my make-up module. Here is a list.
Blush + brush
Lipsticks x 3
Tweezers x 2
Apart from that I have a bottle of organic foaming face wash which lives on the shelf in the shower. There is a jar of moisturiser and rose hip oil which I use around my eyes in a different container in the drawer. I do not use an fancy make-up remover – just the face-wash and water. So, it is not only the physical stuff that is streamlined. My beauty and make routine is about as simple as you can get.
What routines have you streamlined to make your life simpler?