There has been so much scientific evidence showing the link between clutter and stress. Well, maybe you know that you are feeling stressed because of the clutter but at the same time, you just can’t seem to get yourself out of it! Well, there are three main reasons why you can’t let go of stuff and you’re not alone. Let’s break down the three biggest struggles people face and how you can overcome them.
When we downsized our house, I lost a lot of kitchen space. Like a lot, a lot. Having a small kitchen has been amazing and has really forced me to simplify more than anything. I have had to get intentional about what I use and be honest about what I don’t use. So if you find yourself with less storage space in your kitchen, I have compiled some of my best tips to help you make the most out of your kitchen!
So you’ve seen all the shows, read all the articles and now you’re thinking this minimalist gig might be for you. Depending on where you’re at in life and how much stuff you have with you, it can be tough to know how to start minimalism. Where do you begin? This post has practical tips that anyone can do to begin their minimalist journey without feeling overwhelmed.
Even though we are living in a more digital world, somehow most of us are still battling with paper clutter every single day. Thankfully there are some crazy simple ways to avoid letting paper clutter take over your home. Here are 6 super easy ways to get ahead of the clutter for good.
We are so fortunate to be alive during this awesome minimalist movement. When my family and I first started downsizing over a year ago, I started seeking out other like-minded people. I read books, joined Facebook groups and watched tiny house documentaries. Yet doing all of this, it’s kind of hard not to panic. “Do I have too much?” “If I’m not living in a tiny house can I call myself a minimalist?” How do you downsize and start minimalism with going overboard? Is there a way to keep a clutter free home when you still have items you want to purchase? I have the answer to all these questions. How you can create a peaceful, minimalist environment and still keep “stuff” in your life.