Menopause and perimenopause is an inevitable part of a woman’s life, but it can create a whole host of problems that can affect day to day life. In this article I share some personal thoughts around minimalism and menopause and how the minimalist lifestyle helps during menopause to reduce symptoms and make life a little easier.
Minimalism is a lifestyle that focuses on the important by removing the unimportant. You don’t have to get rid of all your stuff, never buy anything new or live with bare white walls and no furniture. In fact, minimalism isn’t really about your stuff at all.
This collection of posts about a gentle and compassionate form of minimalism to suit you and your lifestyle will help you shift your mindset and make clear decisions on what clutters, distracts and removes you from living your life to the full.
You’ll find tips on getting started with minimalism, minimalism for you, minimalism at home, minimalism with kids, minimalism and life and how to create a minimalist wardrobe.
- What is minimalism (plus a few things it’s not)
- How to embrace minimalism in your every day life
- How to find your own version of minimalism that’s right for you
- Minimalist goals for a simpler but fuller life
This guest article from Evelyn Long describes the impact that clutter has on our body and brain. We explore more about the psychology behind decluttering and why clearing clutter make us feel good!
Decluttering is about getting rid of stuff but it’s also about understanding the emotions behind why we hold onto that stuff in the first place. In this article I’m sharing some thoughts on the relationship between decluttering and self-acceptance.
In this article we look at the relationship between minimalism and personal growth. I’ll share some ways that I think minimalism supports self-improvement. There’s also a free 30-day Personal Growth Challenge to explore your own mindset, values and habits and how these support you for a meaningful life.
Minimalism can come across as restrictive and boring but it doesn’t have to be. It depends on your approach! In this article I’m asking does minimalism narrow the mind or broaden your horizons and how does this affect the choices you make?
Minimalism involves decluttering and getting rid of things you no longer need, want or add value to your life but the minimalist lifestyle is also so much more. Here are some reasons why minimalism is not just about your stuff.
Check out this post for 20 tips on how to simplify your wardrobe. Declutter and streamline your closet and save time, money and stress without compromising on looking or feeling good! Simple tips for a simple wardrobe.
Minimalism isn’t just about creating time, space and freedom to make your life easier and more fulfilling. Minimalism can help the planet too. In this guest post by Mia Barnes from Body+Mind magazine we explore how minimalism benefits the environment and promotes sustainability.
Are you a Highly Sensitive Person feeling overwhelmed by busy life and the outside world? In this article I’m sharing some gentle tips on how minimalism can help Highly Sensitive People find more peace, calm and space at home and in life.
Want to simplify your life but not sure where to begin? Here are 5 easy ways to start simplifying your life this week. Let’s create a little more time, space and freedom with less stress and less decisions to weigh you down.