What’s interesting is that on a regular basis we have found that the solution to achieving better flow and simplicity in our house has often been a piece of furniture leaving our possession.
Whether it’s at home or at work, having lots of stuff does not necessarily mean its the right stuff. In fact, too much stuff leads to all kinds of inefficiencies […]
Suddenly I was looking at the things I’ve been holding onto in a different light. Now these things were getting in the way of the path I’ve chosen. It became easy to make the choice to let them go. I stopped seeing things in terms of how much I spent on them, or how an item was useful once and might be again. Things I thought I could not let go of have suddenly become little more than an obstacle on the path to a more intentional life.
It’s ironic that when you’ve publicly declared as a follower of minimalist principles, the second you make a purchase people say…”Oh, well that’s not very minimalist.”
Clutter is the cause of many unpleasant side effects whether it’s in our homes, our minds, our schedule or our work processes.
I recently wrote a guest post for Stoke, an amazing home and garden page on Facebook, on some great ways to simply your life this year. If you’re looking for […]
The reality was that we were just moving stuff around. We hadn’t changed anything so nothing had changed.
I know when my minimalist journey began. It was a time when I started to shift my thinking from ‘achieving success’ to ‘simplifying life’.
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When it comes to how we want our home to be, we are the customer.