There’s a common assumption that Minimalism means you should get rid of your belongings and live a simple, uncluttered life with as few possessions as possible. Whilst decluttering comes with benefits, it’s important that we realise Minimalism is a lifestyle that should reflect what’s important to you. If you want, need or love something and it adds value to your life then don’t worry! I hope this post will help you understand about practical, every day Minimalism and why you should break the rule sometimes!
It doesn’t matter if you’re a total convert to the benefits of Minimalism or whether you’re new to the whole thing and just finding your feet. Living in the same home as others who aren’t quite as keen on the lifestyle or haven’t yet discovered what a difference it can make, can be a frustrating thing. Check out this post on what to do if you’re the only Minimalist in the house.