There's a common misconception that all minimalists live in tiny apartments with bare walls and own less than 100 things each. They don't have families, they travel 24/7 and they only dress in black and white. I'm happy to report, that this is far from true. The truth is, anyone can be a . . .
Resisting the urge to buy new things is not about depriving ourselves. It's about realizing that we are more than our material possessions and that we deserve to live free of them. It's about not wasting our time and money collecting new things when these things ultimately leave us feeling . . .
In the beginning of 2017, I took on the challenge of decluttering my entire apartment room by room. The goal was to reevaluate my living space and be more critical of the things I allow to take up space. By paying more attention to the things I own, I was able to get a better idea of what things . . .
When it comes to decluttering our homes, a huge part of the task usually involves sorting through clothing. Over the years, we collect new clothing as trends change and as our own lifestyle changes. We then hang on to items we're no longer wearing simply because we have the space for them. But . . .
The hardest part of making a change in your life is making the decision to start. If you're reading this, I'm going to guess that you've had enough of the chaos in your home. You're craving calmness and clarity in your space, but inaction has a hold on you. This is because committing to making a . . .