Do you struggle when it comes to deciding what to feed your family for dinner and then having to cook it? When you’ve been busy all day long and have already made a million decisions, one of the last things you probably feel like doing is deciding what to eat, only then to find that you haven’t got what you need in the cupboards and fridge. Check out this post on meal planning made simple to take the stress and hard work out of meal times?
Minimalism is about getting rid of the things in your life that you no longer need, want or value so that you can make room for the things which bring you joy and purpose. More than just a simple declutter, this post explains how Minimalism can bring huge unexpected and life-changing benefits to you and your family.
We all need to do housework from time to time, but I don’t think we should be thinking about it all the time! Setting up routines for your home will free up your time and energy for other things. Check out this post on why developing routines can make your life simpler and your home easier to manage. It’s a practical, intentional step to creating a life that supports you!
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.
For me, Minimalism isn’t about throwing all your stuff away and seeing if you can manage on what you’ve got left. That sounds like torture rather than the key to a balanced and happy life! Instead, Minimalism goes beyond just material possessions and can easily be applied to other areas of your life. Through simplifying and being intentional about your life you can really focus on what’s important. Check out this post on 8 ways to simplify your life.
Declutter your home with these simple, easy decluttering projects and you’ll make your home easier to keep clean and tidy with minimum effort. If you’re looking for some inspiration on how to tackle your clutter and create more space at home and time for you, check out this post on 20 ways to declutter your home.
Do you ever go to your wardrobe in the morning to get dressed but can’t find anything to wear, despite it being full of clothes? Make it easier and quicker to get dressed in the morning, feel good and look good every day by keeping clothes that you love to wear and feel great in. Check out this post on how to declutter your wardrobe and love your clothes.
How many times have you wished for more hours in the day, more free time and less commitments? Time that’s not already allocated to doing something, going somewhere or seeing someone. Is your calendar crammed full of appointments and engagements, with too few blank spaces? The list of commitments can be endless. With so much going on we struggle to keep up with it all and can end up frustrated, worn out, demoralised and resentful. If you’re struggling to keep on top of things, check out this post on how to simplify your calendar and be more intentional with your time.