Return, only if you yearn

Have you ever seen something you've absolutely loved? Then walk away. I've been applying the 'yearn' principle for many years, and it seems others do too. What is interesting though, is that I struggle to remember what some of these items were months later.  What felt like a case of life and death purchase, has now completely slipped me by.  I've learnt I'm part of a No to FOMO movement. Who knew? Are you?

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Do We Take Interiors Too Seriously?

After a recent trip to the roller rink, I've been wondering if adults are too serious too often. Do interiors fall into the 'serious' category and should they? Why are we so afraid to stand out and have a bit of a laugh by giving something different a go?   As I have pondered seriousness in relation to interiors and our homes, I realised that I could be potentially thinking, and now writing, myself out of work!  Gulp. Read on....

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Agonising Decisions Be Gone

I know procrastination makes me very efficient. If you leave, or give, yourself a minimal amount of time to undertake a task, you will get it done. The same can be applied to decision making.  Yes there's a lot of choices out there, but making a decision doesn't need to be hard. You can make quick, yet great, decisions. The problem is the word "Right" that keeps popping up. What is right?

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Forced Design Eras - Design Styles to the Rescue - A Loop!

By following interior fashions you are instantly caught in a trap of needing to update your space(s) as fashions fade.  But theres always been an interior fashion, or style, so to speak, for centuries. So why is it a problem now? Is it a problem?  If so, what's the answer?

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