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Decluttering as a Step when Moving

The move is the second largest "natural disaster" after buying a house. However, decluttering, proper planning before packing, properly stored containers, simple records may save your time and effort. A special tip for you: make life easier by using moving professionals for at least part of your move. You can google movers near me for…

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How to Make Decluttering At-Home Fun for Kids

If you have kids, you know how exhausting it can be to run after them to get them to clean their rooms. Eventually, many parents miss out on the frequent cleaning sessions, which result in a cluttered and messy home. A messy house is unhealthy and unproductive for you and the kids. If all this…

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What to Do with Old Technology

The following post is from Michelle of Mommy Misadventures: Today's consumer technology advancements mean that many of us are on a constant upgrading treadmill, moving on to the latest and greatest mobile device/printer/laptop/desktop, etc. But what to do with your “old” technology? Here are a few tips to help you get the most use out…

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5 Ways To Upgrade Your Master Bedroom

Parents always look after the wellness of their entire family. As a parent, you want to make sure that your family is well-fed and provided with all of their basic necessities. This is one of the reasons why you would strive to buy a house for your family. If your entire family has been living in…

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Organizing versus simplifying

Andrea Dekker is our expert contributor for this month's Live course module: Simplify. When I read these words in one of her posts, I immediately copied them down because they are so true and illuminating: "ORGANIZING is very different than SIMPLIFYING. ORGANIZING is a temporary fix while SIMPLIFYING is a completely different way of doing life.…

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Treat Yourself to These Luxuries of Simplicity

The following post is from Rachel of The Minimalist Mom: Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. - Leonardo Da Vinci Many people equate minimalism or voluntary simplicity with austerity or deprivation. They picture minimalism as cold hard days with the most basic of meals and a home that echos with emptiness- instead of seeing what remains…

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Should You Keep Your Fat (or Thin) Clothes?

The following post is from Rachel of The Minimalist Mom: My husband lost 50 pounds recently. Ironically, his health quest started almost to the day that I found out I was pregnant with our second child. In six months he lost 50 pounds by watching his diet and running and lifting weights. At 43, he…

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5 Ways to Choose Less and Simplify More

The following post is from Rachel of The Minimalist Mom: "As the number of choices grows further, the negatives escalate until we become overloaded. At this point, choice no longer liberates, but debilitates. It might even be said to tyrannize." ~Barrry Schwartz, The Paradox of Choice: Why More is Less The worst thing about living…

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