Found a magazine article called Purge Your Hard Drive so, needing to simplify my computer clutter I am planning to sort that out. As ever though, it's not as simple as it sounds - (I think this may be a recurring theme - that nothing is as simple as it sounds) - as it deletes a lot of things and I have to view them first and be sure of what I am deleting. But I am learning, learning.....
Another simple decision. I am wanting to buy lots of inexpensive books from Amazon, but rather than go through the mental anguish of 'Should I buy it or could I get it at the library/do I really need it/should I check the charity shops first/maybe I could just do without this one.....' I shall set myself a modest budget for the next month and order the ones I want to look at further. Buying books is historically for me a 'treat' and of course one can't treat oneself to the things one wants all the time (this is a whole other story I can see). I love the 'look inside' feature on Amazon, and the reader reviews can be really helpful too.
I shall also ask around friends to see if any of them sell books online - that could help fund the next month's books. Is this simple? Yes.
I avoided going to something at the village hall because I didn't think I'd be able to resist all the gorgeous home baking! But there is a nice simplicity to deciding to stay home. Like when it snows, or you've got a temperature, no choice is sometimes good.