14th December 2018
Decluttering: Clothes and Memories (c) KarinSieger.com
Motivating and Inspiring

Decluttering clothes and memories

29th October 2018 Karin Sieger

When I saw my old clothes in the second-hand charity shop my heart cried. Old memories and feelings started flooding back, and I even felt disloyal. Had the decluttering gone too far? Are you good at decluttering or do [READ MORE]

Why the most important friendship is with you (c) KarinSieger.com
Family & Relationships

Why the most important friendship is with you

29th July 2018 Karin Sieger

Friendships come in many shapes and sizes, are short or long, continuous, start and stop and resume. The most important friendship is the one least acknowledged and often the hardest to achieve and maintain. Why? Important friendships are rare. [READ MORE]

Your death touches my mortality (c) KarinSieger.com
Coping with loss

Your death touches my mortality

31st December 2016 Karin Sieger

The death of people we do not know personally can still affect us in many ways. It can touch our mortality. The death of the BBC’s Komla Dumor, aged 41, in January 2014 affected me in many ways. And [READ MORE]