Does this describe the front of your fridge: Expired coupons, school lunch menus, pictures the kids drew, old receipts, phone numbers, magnets from anyone and everyone that we got in the mail. Photographs of friends and family that we don’t know what to do with…
A family’s tolerance for a crowded refrigerator surface often corresponds to the ‘over abundance’ of possessions in the main rooms of the house.”
Research found in the book “Life at Home in The Twenty-First Century” suggest that …
-Houses with the highest amount of items on the refrigerator (averaging 80 items on display) had 1,448 visible objects in the main rooms of the home (living/family room, dining room, office and kitchen).
-Whereas the group of people with a tidy and minimally decorated fridge had approximately 322 visible objects in the main rooms. http://goo.gl/2lzdGI
Rachel Jones is a minimalist, blogger, lover of Jesus, wife to Brian, mom to 6. We live in a 1132 sq. ft. house, in Montana and strive for a simple life. We enjoy being outdoors, hiking, camping, fishing, biking and investing in our community.
VERSE: “Let everything that has breath praise the LORD” Psalm 150
QUOTE: “A person who loves his job, will never work a day in his life.”
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