Minimalism – Here’s what my 6 year old wants you to know. Her thoughts on minimalism, decluttering, passing clutter on to loved ones, and living in the present.
This is a guest post from regular contributor Lisa Favre, who blogs at Marble Crumbs. We all dream of a beautifully organized closet space. Now, imagine this: sections divided into colors and seasons, neatly folded cardigans, and matching wooden hangers. A tidy closet is possible in any home but a large part of the cleanup means getting rid
Hobbies can be great, but they can also drain us. Here’s how to declutter your hobbies and take back the life you love.
The internet is full of “What to get rid of” questions. What about What to KEEP? Here are 3 fresh decluttering questions that get right to the heart of it.
You’ve decluttered a ton, but things still seem cluttered. This is why. Find out what the 3 Types of Clutter You’ve Stopped Noticing are & how to fix them.
You’ve decided to declutter. You’re ready to go. The kids are napping, at school, or at the park with their dad. You’ve emptied your drawers or cabinets in whatever room you chose to go through first, and right now all you see is STUFF. But you’re motivated. Motivated to cut through the crap and only
A teacher from South Carolina had to make a decision: Move overseas, or have a baby? Either way, some simplifying was in order. Here’s how she did it in just 2 weeks.
Once we’re past decluttering all of the easy things, sometimes we hit a wall, because things try to convince us to keep them. Here’s how to say no.
Our stuff uses up our time, even once we decide to get rid of it!
Reclaim your time from your clutter NOW. Here’s how!
Facebook can be really annoying. But it’s simple to take back your newsfeed. Here’s how to see what you want to see. You don’t have to quit.
Do you have too many craft works-in-progress (WIPs)? I know the feeling. Here’s how to deal with them, get some done, and let go of guilt.
Here are some things you can simplify NOW so that youâ€™ll be able to stop wasting time and have a few more hours for whatâ€™s really important in life.