Many CEOs adopt a “uniform” strategy to cut down on the number of daily choices they need to make. Wearing the same clothes every day allows them to spend more time on what matters to them. I am not as extreme but I do adopt a similar concept. Aside from being a time and decision
One of the areas that really benefits from being minimalist is your inbox. I can’t tell you how good it felt after I finished working on my inbox. It was such a weight off my shoulders. I had no idea that treating my inbox as a giant to-do list was weighing so heavily on me.
This process almost made me give up on minimalism. I felt incredibly overwhelmed and almost threw away my husband’s social security card! I can handle the other clutter just fine but financials and paperwork make me die a little on the inside. It is truly important to tackle this, though, because it can pile up very
It all started with a wedding. The beginning of a new life together in a new home. There were basic things we needed but we got so much more than that. We had a fully stocked home and for some reason, we felt like we needed more. We kept hand-me-downs and made way too many impulse
The definition of clutter is “a large amount of things that are not arranged in a neat or orderly way” or “a crowded or disordered collection of things.” Clutter can be present both mentally and in the physical space around you. In this post, I’m attacking the physical clutter. With the basics of minimalism now
I wanted to share the reason I started this blog with you. Like all normal people, I went through a phase where I started to feel overwhelmed — too many things to keep up with, to many choices, to many things wanting my attention. It can get exhausting. In the midst of this storm of clutter and chaos, I