I think they have a lot of money.
Also, some things I do not like from the kitchen. One main one is I would be worried about cross contamination. Yes, there are many things we can adopted.
All books from the library??? I can see not having a library of books (I have thousands and are shifting them out) but none is scary! I want to share with grand kids their parents favorite books. Were does she store library books?
Hankerchief are not always better. They can actually cause more germs and waste water to wash them -- now I am for using washable butt wipes (which they don't use) but tissues are generally one use so you are not reputting germs on your face or sharing it with others.
She is redistributing her trash by putting it back in the Netflix envelope. That, IMO, is like sticking your trash in your neighbor's trash can. You are letting someone else through it out. It makes me wonder what else she is doing this with, not saying it is all bad returning products to be recycled.
As for the clothes, I see value in having less but her life style allows for that little. I don't go to church but there really no accommodations for that. Or other specialty wardrobe many people may need - my dh is a chef and needs more pants. Yes, you can minimize but not all people that low. Also, when her kids have preferences how is she going to respond? Also, no winter coats? I bet she would balk at having 2 sets of snow stuff for a child 1 for wearing while the other is drying -- I think it is more wasteful to have to toss them in the dryer after each use. Now that my kids are old we do have less
Medicine, I don't know if I agree with her idea of smaller bottles. I typically buy 1 large bottle - because child A get sick, then a few days later, child B, then C, then DH and finally me. That one package saved me money and multiple small package bottle. If it goes un-used that is ok. I check the expiration date. Most likely someone will use it before it expires. I very rarely have medicine expire. I don't have a lot of medicine either. I am for decluttering medicine cabinets but at the same time it does not seem completely efficient or eco-friendly to buy small bottles.
What if she had a dd that wanted curling irons and make up?
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I like it overall but at the same time, I need color. The white couch? Well makes the home look un-liveable, IMO. Nobody makes messes ever?