“Letting go of physical clutter also declutters mind and soul.” - April Williams A few days ago, I felt kind of smothered at home, and it made me feel anxious. We really don’t have a home overflowing with stuff, but I just felt the need to declutter and organise; possibly because the events of the … Continue reading Feeling The Need To Declutter and Organise
Simple does not necessarily mean easy. For me, minimalism opens the door to simple and intentional living. It starts with letting go and purging your physical clutter. And then it creeps into other aspects of your life and you begin questioning the things you used to do in auto-pilot. In theory, simple and intentional living … Continue reading The Path to Intentional and Simple Living Isn’t Easy
So, you have just gone through all of your stuff and decluttered your home. Congratulations on a job well done! But how come it seems that clutter has a way of coming back after we’ve just purged it? And before you know it, you’re decluttering your home again, one closet at a time. How do … Continue reading How to Stop Clutter Before It Begins
You've probably already heard what the concept of minimalism is all about: keeping what’s important and discarding the rest. It’s about letting go of the excesses in our lives and focusing our attention to things that really matter. When we first think of minimalism, we automatically visualise decluttering our clothes, furniture, knick knacks, and other … Continue reading Where Can We Apply Minimalism?
When we think of minimalism, we often visualise the following scenarios: Bare and white house interiorsOwning super few pieces of clothing in neutral colorsBecoming a nomadBecoming vegan / zero-waste While there is nothing wrong with these (I personally am working towards reducing waste), thinking that minimalism has to look like this can hinder people from … Continue reading Minimalism Looks Different For Everyone