10 Reasons Minimalism May Be Right For You
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10 Reasons Minimalism May Be Right For You

The following post is from Joshua of Becoming Minimalist: Minimalism as a lifestyle is a movement that seeks to pare down possessions to only the essential. Because life can be lived richer and fuller when unnecessary possessions have been removed, it is a growing trend that includes more than just young, single, 20-somethings. Many families…

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Choosing Clutter-Less Gifts This Holiday Season

The following is a guest post from Linda Samuels, author of The Other Side of Organized: There are gift-giving alternatives that can minimize clutter, strengthen our relationships and increase positive memories. Gifts to our loved ones in the form of more time together can be much more meaningful and appreciated. As winter brings us into…

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7 Surprising Areas Where You'll Be Happier With Less

The following post is from Joshua of Becoming Minimalist: From the moment we're born, we're told to pursue more and more. Advertisements scream to us on a daily basis from every television, radio, newspaper, magazine, billboard, and website that more is better. As a result, we work long hours to earn the money to purchase…

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10 Minutes to a Clutter-Free Morning

The following post is from Joshua of Becoming Minimalist: Let's face it. Mornings can be tough. In many homes, they are famous for containing too much to do and too little time. But mornings set the mood for the rest of our day. They have the potential to energize us or drain us. They have the…

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5-Day Challenge: Declutter 25 Things

Each week here at Life Your Way, we focus on one five-day challenge. The challenges will take place on a different channel each week and include small, measurable goals to help you improve your life. This week's challenge is to start preparing for the busy holiday season by decluttering your home. As we head into…

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Declutter & Make Money by Selling Your Stuff
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Declutter & Make Money by Selling Your Stuff

The first step of decluttering is often the hardest step, and while I promise that the end results will be worth all of your effort and hard work, I know that promise is not always enough to motivate you to get started. For some people, the motivation they need is knowing they can earn money…

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Organization's Three Most Important Questions

The following post is from Joshua of Becoming Minimalist: Two and a half years ago, my wife and I (and two small children) decided to embrace a minimalist lifestyle. Since then, our lives have changed drastically for the better. By removing the clutter and nonessentials from our home and lives, we have found extra time,…

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Decluttering Questions Printable

The hardest part about decluttering for most people isn't the time or effort it takes. Instead, it's simply making the decision to let go of something that you've been holding onto for some reason or another. Earlier this year, I shared 10 questions that you can ask yourself to help you declutter, and today I'm…

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Clutter Control for Any Space

Recently, I shared a quick tip for controlling stair piles, and Lori from Couponomic Stimulus Package commented with this question: I would love if you would talk about something for kitchen counters! That's where all my stuff lands. I can keep the rest of the house clean EXCEPT my kitchen counter and office. I can…

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Decorating to Declutter: Balancing Form and Function

This post was originally posted in February of last year, but while I'm working on my house tour post as promised, I thought it would be a good prologue: From the informal polls I've done on Twitter and while talking to friends, it seems like most mothers of young children – when forced to choose…

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