Every January, people across the globe make a goal of living a more simple and clutter-free life. We all have our take on being minimalist and how best to achieve it. Here are five blogs you should be reading to help you on your way!
In order to rid yourself of junk, materials, and seemingly valuable items you might use someday, it takes a split second change in your mindset. I must have gotten this gear shifting ability from my dad. When we moved, the one and only time while I was growing up, we got rid of everything. He had no sentiment about things and stuff.
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According to organization guru Erin Doland and editor-in-chief of Unclutterer.com, ‘The main difference between being someone who is just clean and someone who is an unclutterer is that unclutterers look for permanent solutions.’ To get us all started down the road to an uncluttered life, we need to ask ourselves these questions:
1. ‘What process is in place for papers that come into your home or office? If you don’’t have a process...
- Declutter for 15 minutes every day.
- Don’t allow things into the house in the first place.
- Donate stuff you’re decluttering.
- Create a Joe’s Goals chart with decluttering on it.
- Start at the corner by the door and move your way around the room.
- Whenever you’re boiling the kettle for tea, tidy up the kitchen.
- Use the “one in, two out” rule.
- Make your storage space smaller.
- Clothing rule.
- The One-Year Box.
- Declutter one room.
- Keep a list in your planner...