There’s a common assumption that to fully embrace the Minimalist lifestyle, you have to get rid of all your stuff. Minimalism is much more than throwing away everything you own and living a life of scarcity. Here are some helpful tips and a personal story of how to be a minimalist when you love stuff.
A minimalist lifestyle is about clearing the clutter from your home, heart and mind to create space for the things which really matter to you. In practice, it can be a little daunting if you don’t know where to begin. For some helpful tips and a guide to the minimalist lifestyle, check out this post on how to become a minimalist and 7 easy ways to start today.
Housework doesn’t have to be complicated or use up your precious time and energy. Here are some simple ways to spend less time cleaning and minimalist cleaning routines to keep your home clean without you spending ages cleaning it!
Decluttering is one thing, but keeping our homes clutter-free is a totally different matter! Busy daily life brings clutter in all shapes and forms, which threatens to invade our homes, hearts and minds. If you’re struggling to keep the clutter at bay, here are some simple strategies and 20 daily habits for a clutter-free home.
Minimalism is a wonderful way of making sure that your life is heading in the direction you want it to, with plenty of time, space and freedom for honouring the things that matter most to you. Here are some minimalist lifestyle tips and ideas on how to embrace minimalist living every day.
In this post I’d like to share with you how less can be more and the benefits of simplifying life. I hope it encourages you to really think about what you let into your life. I also hope it gives you courage and inspiration to choose less of the things which bring you down to make more space for the things that lift you up. Have less to have more!
Clearing the clutter in my own home and life has had powerful impact way beyond simply getting rid of my stuff and creating more space. Learn more about my experience and the life-changing benefits of decluttering your home and your life.
Clutter means different things to different people but understanding your relationship with clutter is key to helping you clear that clutter and keep it away. Check out this post to learn more about what is clutter and 7 ways to think about your stuff.
Decluttering our homes can be tough. Getting rid of our stuff can be hard, physically and emotionally but particularly if we have a lot of clutter, not much time and don’t know how and where to start. If you feel overwhelmed by your stuff, here are some tips on how to declutter when you feel overwhelmed.