Minimalist Game Day 23 and part of Day 24

Pam/ February 27, 2018/ Minimalism

Thirty-five more photos. The harder (both emotionally and physically) stuff is left and it is more of a matter of time to get delve in deeply to sort as well as be gentle with my attachments.

Minimalist Game Days 19-22

Pam/ February 20, 2018/ Minimalism

Getting more into the difficult-to-deal-with stuff. The creative process tends to generate steps in a physical form and it’s hard to let go. I’m attached to my images. The digital world makes it easier to NOT generate so many physical prints but it is still part of my process. I’ve put off purging prints (some framed, some matted) for many

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Minimalist Game Day 18

Pam/ February 18, 2018/ Minimalism

Two shirts, on pair of socks (not even mine!?!), one cord, on piece of ephemera, two envelopes, two pieces of cardboard, two screws, one stray ear plug and six discs of old photos (“back ups” I never use).

Minimalist Game Day 15

Pam/ February 15, 2018/ Minimalism

It’s getting harder to find things that don’t add value to my life. Here are 15 random things that are in the to go pile. Not sure what I will have for tomorrow! One wooden box, one milk crate, mittens, razor, blades (that don’t go with the razor), hair ties, barrette, two scarves, one dress, five shirts.

Minimalist Game Day Nine

Pam/ February 9, 2018/ Minimalism

Expired food items. I have already noticed how easy it is to find things and retrieve things from the kitchen cupboards and frig just with this effort of getting rid of the first ten days worth of stuff. #minsgame

Minimalist Game Day Eight

Pam/ February 8, 2018/ Minimalism

More kitchen stuff: veggie peeler, cookbook, oil spray thing, deviled egg plate, assorted tops and bottoms of plastic storage containers. #minsgame


Pam/ April 14, 2014/ Minimalism

This is the third month I’ve played the Minimalist Game. The first month I was fairly strict counting things and keeping the number of things tied to the day of the month. In March, I made the day of the month the minimum number of things, not stopping if I was on a roll. I’m carrying on in the

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