Many people find it difficult to declutter and minimalise their stuff and some rooms in your home or types of things are definitely easier to declutter than others. Sentimental items that bring back memories or belong to someone you love, are particularly difficult and is an area where a lot of people get stuck. If you need help, then check out this post on how to declutter your sentimental items.
My children love creating artwork, anything from drawings and paintings to junk modelling with cardboard boxes and endless Lego constructions. I love them all and would like to keep everything but it’s not realistic. Check out this article so you can read my ideas on what to do when you’re buried under your children’s artwork…
Minimalism is a life-changing, soul-changing experience that can make your life easier, simpler and more intentional. If you need a bit of convincing then check out these 3 things to try if you’re not sure Minimalism is for you.
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.
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. Here are 10 ways you can help your loved ones get on board with Minimalism…
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, my interpretation of Minimalism goes beyond just material possessions and can easily be applied to other areas of your life. By simplifying your life you can be more intentional about what you let into it. You can spend time doing the things you want to do and make it easier to do the things that you have to do. Read my post to discover 8 ways to simplify your life.
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? Read my post on how to make it simpler for yourself – declutter your wardrobe and love your clothes.
Minimalism, in short, saved my sanity. It saved me from the time in my life when it was all too much, I was too overwhelmed and had begun to wish things had turned out very different. Minimalism, simplicity and intentional living can benefit you as a mum trying to find your own sense of balance and purpose.
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