Author Archives: _tania

Mindfully moving

After a 15 month break, I remembered that this blog exists. Whoops! Andrew and I have packed so many adventures and experiences into the last 15 months that I couldn’t even begin to describe them here. We have met some … Continue reading

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Next exit… Christchurch!

Yes, it’s been a while since I updated this blog… almost two months, in fact. But, there is a good reason for the silence! When Andrew and I started this blog, our dream was to inspire ourselves and others to … Continue reading

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Shopping at home

Every Friday, our wonderful cleaner Michelle comes to give our place a quick whip-around with the vacuum and the mop. Every Thursday night, I race around the house doing a last-minute tidy up. Since I started making a concentrated effort … Continue reading

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Decluttering my fantasy self

Yesterday and today I stumbled across two great blog posts that have resulted in a manic decluttering mission in our house. The first one was called “How to declutter when you are a hoarder”, and it can be found in … Continue reading

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Keeping clutter at the door

Our week’s holiday – out of the house, the street and the city I live in – was great. Spending that holiday living out of a backpack was even better. The only problem is, I came home to a house … Continue reading

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A [minimalist] black dress

Last week I popped into Jacqui E (a local fashion store) to pass some time while I was waiting for Andrew’s shirt to be altered just up the road. I wasn’t really looking for anything specific – but as often … Continue reading

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Minimalism and study spaces

For the last wee while I have been pondering what makes a useful study space. This has come about partly because I’m always searching for the ‘perfect’ spot, while at the same time admiring Andrew’s ability to study pretty much … Continue reading

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