In today’s world it’s easy to find ourselves too busy. We fill our time with things that we feel we should do or need to do. Yet we don’t leave time for anything else. Check out this post for 3 ways to be less busy. There are tips to help you prioritise what’s important, find time for yourself, create calm and peace and still get done what you need. Here are 3 ways to be less busy.
Decluttering might not be the most exciting form of self care that springs to mind! Yet, it’s one of the most effective ways of making you feel better in the long term. Check out this post for reasons why you should think about decluttering as self care and why it has such a positive impact on your physical and emotional wellbeing.
Decluttering is one of the best ways of making your home easier to manage. Yet, you can experience even more benefits of a clutter-free life if you also get intentional about the rest of your life. Check out this post to find out about my own journey from declutttering to intentional living, why it can help you too and how to get started.
Summer is a great time to think about simplifying your home. The weather is better so we can use our outdoor space more, do jobs around the home that are more difficult or unpleasant when it’s raining and, of course, many of us have the added excitement of the kids being off school so there are more toys, clutter and chaos! Here are 20 ways you can simplify your home this summer and some decluttering projects and tips which are designed for warmer days!
When we start out in a relationship we’re usually pretty good at making time for each other, spending quality time together and generally enjoying each other’s company. Fast forward to a while later and when life gets in the way, we’re often too busy to make time for ourselves, let alone our significant other! But, finding ways to reconnect with your partner needn’t be costly or time-consuming. Check out this post on 20 ways to bond with your partner when busy life gets in the way.
Decluttering is a wonderful method of getting rid of the clutter in your own home and saying goodbye to stuff that you don’t use, don’t like, don’t need and which takes up space in your home, heart and mind. However, decluttering your belongings isn’t where the true benefit lies. The real difference comes when you change your attitude to the things you have in your home, your belongings. Intentionally deciding to have fewer physical possessions and owning less things, is where you can really change your life for the better. Check out this post on 20 reasons to own less stuff and why decluttering is only the first part of the story.
Although growing in popularity, Minimalism can be a difficult concept to get your head around and there are lots of misconceptions about what Minimalism is and what it isn’t. To help break it down for you, check out this post on Minimalism Made Simple: A Step-by-Step Guide to Minimalism and the benefits of a Minimalist lifestyle. I’ve included practical tips and lots of information about how you can live a simple, intentional life that really supports you by getting rid of the clutter in your home, heart and mind to make space for the things that are truly important to you.
Living a minimalist life means that you’re focusing on the things that really matter most to you. I think all of us can benefit from re-evaluating our priorities to stop us being distracted by unnecessary clutter that takes up our valuable time, energy and essentially our freedom. But, I think that out of all the groups of people who can benefit from making lifestyle changes that help us pour the best of ourselves into those priorities, its mothers that have the most to gain. Check out this post on Minimalism and motherhood and 7 ways Minimalism makes me a better mother.