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A Simple Path to Little Victories

The following post is from Joshua of Becoming Minimalist: Every May, Burlington, Vermont (where I live) holds the Keybank Vermont City Marathon. I look up to marathon runners because I admire their self-discipline. Yet, when I talk to runners about their accomplishment and the daunting task that it must have been to run 26.2 miles,…

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Resolving Organizational Conflict When Standards Differ

As I'm putting the finishing touches on my ebook, How to Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too -- all about being a mother and pursuing your own passions -- I'm reposting some of my favorite posts from the archives! Let me start by saying that I don't follow these tips or ideas perfectly. In…

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7 Reasons to Read Organizing Blogs

The following post is from Joshua of Becoming Minimalist: Welcome. You have found yourself reading one of the top organizing blogs on the planet (source). As a result, you have found an incredible resource for organizing your home, thoughts, and life. You have found a blog written with you in mind understanding that organizing will…

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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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