Minimalism is about embracing simplicity. The path to pairing down is about more than mere stuff. A life led intentionally helps you refocus your commitments, discover what’s essential and align your world to match.
Before hauling out your bucket, mop, sponges and sprays for traditional spring cleaning, sweep your space of “stuff” that no longer serves a purpose in your life. You’ll be really glad you did!
Having a surplus of stuff—whether it be paperwork, clothes, knickknacks or mail—not only makes for a messy home, it can do a number on your mental health. Clear the clutter with help from these tips.
Clearing clutter is great, but what if you want to take it a step further? Read on to learn how to develop a minimalistic mindset – and why you’ll feel better about your life if you do.
Does the phrase “spring cleaning” give you anxiety? No need to wear yourself out. All it takes is some organization and a few shortcuts to get the job done. Follow these 6 tips and you’ll have a spic-and-span in no time!
Think about an item you desired as a child. Did you need it, or did you simply want it to be like your peers? As adults, similar situations occur. If you’re crowded with “stuff” the minimalist movement may be for you.
With the excesses of the holidays behind us, it’s time to start the new year on a lighter, more streamlined note. Downsizing is good for both mind and body. Here are some of the ways decluttering benefits health.