Today we tackle the tools that mix and blend including the stand mixer, the hand held mixer, and various hand tools. Pull out all your tools that serve these functions and consider the redundancy in your collection. Choose your favorites and make changes as needed. Then move the rest to the donation box and clean out your kitchen cabinet and return the remaining items neatly.
Xaver and I have just purchased a short bus and we’ll be building out the interior for our third tiny home so I’m considering the usefulness of each item right along with you. Since we’ll be going from 125 square feet, down to 110 square feet – and it will be configured very differently – it’s not going to be a huge adjustment and we are very excited about the places we’ll visit and the people we will meet along the way. This also serves as a reminder of why we continue to work at downsizing and it helps us to reinvigorate our efforts. Perhaps you would appreciate a reminder of why you’re going to all the trouble to downsize or right-size your kitchen. Today take a moment to remember the goals you had when you began this process and remember what you stand to gain. The more we focus on the simplicity and order we gain from this process, as opposed to the losses of downsizing, the more we’ll be able to enjoy the transition.
Recently I scrolled through social media looking at photos taken by folks who have only recently gone tiny and over and over again I’m reading the joy they have in this journey. I saw again the sense of accomplishment and enjoyment these folks have their small cozy spaces. I have been at this for a number of years so it’s easy to forget how exciting and joyful it was at the beginning. The feeling hasn’t changed, just the sense of newness has left me. This new Skoolie project will bring back the sense of newness without giving up the perks of living tiny, in fact, this bus is more road worthy than any of our other homes (lol!) and I look forward to traveling the country in it.
Keep on working toward your goal. You can do it! I know you can!
I’m Carmen Shenk, the Tiny House Foodie, reminding you that we can #LiveTiny #EmbraceSimplicity and still #EatWell. Thanks for watching, I really appreciate it!