Cultivating a life of purpose.

Gratitude, something that we often overlook in our daily lives. Frequently we only feel grateful for the more obvious, grandiose moments and dismiss the simple smile of a stranger, or the invite for a coffee from a friend. Many of us do little to cultivate gratitude in our lives.  I know that in our familyContinue reading “Cultivating a life of purpose.”

Reframe Your Success

Having completed the 31 day minimalism game (www.theminimalists.com) I felt a great sense of achievement and pride at the amount of pointless possessions I was able to remove from my home, and my life. Of course I also felt a significant amount of disbelief, guilt, and shame that I had brought all of this stuff in toContinue reading “Reframe Your Success”

#Preclutter

Many of us, me me me, like shiny new things (junk) but this is the antithesis of purposeful living and minimalism.The other day I saw a social media post about a great sale at a well known Australian pyjama retailer, straight away I thought about jumping on their website and seeing what they had forContinue reading “#Preclutter”

Moving a house for six.

Moving house for my family of six, two dogs and a cat, with just my ute and a friend helping out for one day might sound like a lot. It was. In November 2019 we received the news, our rental home was being sold. With My wife, just having given birth to our fourth childContinue reading “Moving a house for six.”