Category Archives for minimalism

Too Busy to Declutter? I Think Not!

Time is valuable. We treasure it.  We crave more. We need more. There isn’t enough time in a day to do everything we need to get done.  That’s what they all said. How is this possible?  We have machines that do work for us (dishwasher, instant coffee maker, email/instant messaging, remote car starters) and help […]

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The Difference Between Mess and Clutter

Photo by Kara Eads on Unsplash Whether our homes are cluttered or messy, it an make us feel like we are out of control.  It can make us feel like we don’t have our shi*t together and that we are lazy butts.  Surprise, you’re not the only one that has felt this way.  I can safely say that […]

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Rise of the Decluttering Nation

I don’t like clutter. That’s putting it lightly. I despise clutter. That’s more like it. When I see clutter, my mind feels cluttered. I wasn’t always like this. It just…sort of gradually happened. Decluttering Out of Thin Air My decluttering ways didn’t really take complete form until I started dating Mitch. I’m not saying he’s […]

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Kicking It Old School S.P.U.G. Style

It’s the holiday season and we all know what that means: mass amounts of spending on useless gifts.  If you’re trying to incorporate a minimalist mindset to your personal life, it’s likely that it will translate further when thinking about gift giving. This may be an over-exaggeration but you can’t tell me that you’re not […]

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