From being career woman to stressed out, frazzled working mum, simplifying my life was one of the best things I ever did to improve my family’s quality of life. When you’re juggling all the plates in the air and trying to do too much, you lose focus of what’s really important in your life. Make a few changes to slow things down, declutter your home, your mind, your calendar and your life. Choose a simple life that gives you more time, space and freedom to prioritise the people and things that mean the most to you. Find out how simple living can help you with my 20 ways to simplify your life so you can create a life that you and your family love!
Minimalists don’t like clutter but that doesn’t mean we don’t love presents or appreciate the generosity of gift-giving. To make it easier knowing what to buy for the Minimalist in your life, check out this post on 9 perfect gift ideas for Minimalists.
Some people find decluttering really easy and once they’ve finished one room or area of their home, can’t wait to move on to the next. Others find it so tough they never really get started in the first place. Whatever your starting point, decluttering always means you’re keeping some things and letting other stuff go. But, how do you decide which is which? To simplify the decluttering process, check out my post on how do I decide what to declutter?
Have you ever wondered about the relationship between Minimalism and decluttering? Why do the two often go hand-in-hand? Can you have one without the other and which comes first? Can you declutter if you’re not a Minimalist and can you adopt Minimalism if you don’t declutter? Check out my post on the one essential difference between Minimalism and decluttering so you can get the most out of both!
Sometimes it helps to receive different perspectives on a subject. We all take in information differently and we have diverse interests and motivations. For those of you who’d like to delve deeper, check out this post listing some of the research into the psychological effects of Minimalism and decluttering.
Decluttering your home is really simple once you get the hang of it, but it can be a little daunting for those who are new to the whole thing. If you’re keen to try it yourself, but need some help getting started, then check out this post. Here are 50 things you can declutter at home right now. There’s also a free printable checklist for you to work through and tick off as you go. It’ll keep you on track and motivated!
Decluttering feels like it should be easy and some people definitely find it easier than others. If you’re new to the whole subject of decluttering or want to know how and what to declutter, then check out this post – the complete guide on how to declutter your home. It will give you the low-down on the what, why and how of decluttering your home and everything you need to get started so you can try it for yourself and hopefully get hooked!
Minimalism is getting really popular because people are now realising the impact and benefits it can bring in today’s busy world. But the more people hear about it, the more questions it raises! I thought it might be helpful to do a round-up of questions I’ve been asked recently in case you’re looking for some answers to these questions too! This is Minimalism 101 and 3 questions I’ve been asked this month.
Home is where the heart is. You want your home to reflect your family’s personality and be a space where you can relax, have fun and spend time in. But, if you’re looking to make your home simpler, calmer and much easier to look after as well, then read this post on how to make your home more minimalist. You’ll see that you can create a minimalist home that works for your family without having just bare white walls and no furniture! Check out my simple guide to creating a minimalist family home that works for you!
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