Our purses are very dear to us, but they offer quite the challenge when trying to minimize and declutter our lives. We tend to carry around too much stuff that we hardly ever use and a purse becomes more of a survival kit than anything else. I will share 5 minimalist tips for decluttering your purse once and for all.
When you are trying to declutter and have a more minimal approach to living, it can be quite challenging to keep your home clean and tidy when you have kids. You don’t want them to miss out on anything, but you still want to keep your home clutterfree. That is why today I am sharing 5 easy minimalist tips for decluttering with kids.
Pretty much every household has a big stack of unwanted mail coming in your door each week. It’s about time to tackle this problem and stop all this paperwork from stacking up. Today I will share 5 minimalist tips for reducing mail to help keep your house free from clutter and fight all this paper waste.
Of course you want to make sure that your kids have everything that they can possibly need, but be honest: do they really need or even really want all of those things? When it comes to children, less is often more. The more stuff they have, the less they actually play with it. That is why I am sharing these 5 smart minimalist tips for decluttering toys.
One of the biggest obstacles in minimizing in your home is decluttering the amount of books and magazines you have. Today I will share 5 handy minimalist tips for decluttering your books and magazines.
A minimalist lifestyle has become immensely popular over the last few years. A lot of people are decluttering their homes and asking themselves if the items in their wardrobe still ‘spark joy’. And there are other people, like Dave Bruno, who decide that enough is enough and that they can make do with just 100 things.