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  1. During step one, you can tag things like needed, not needed or to review later. Then remove not needed and then repeat over the “review later” tag.

    It’s really important to define what’s needed and what’s wanted. Children need to be specially educated on why there would be too many differences between us and the rest of the people they may know. 

    Keeping as few things as needed only has very serious implications (clothes should be drastically reduced to 2 or 3 types with no more than 3 outfits per type).

    thanks for a great post!

  2. I truly need to initially value your exertion in assembling this incredible site and composing this article. I am glad to see your article. Your article caught my eye. My significant other and I have been considering cleaning up. Giving a great gift of the stuff, we never again use. We additionally live extremely bustling lives and might want to improve different parts of our lives, for example, our home decorations. I think a minimalist home is easier to clean. Thank you so much for sharing a beautiful and helpful article.

  3. Hi Genesis. You’re right in what you say. Years ago I made orders in my life. I looked around and woke up with a lot of useless things. I removed them. I simplified my life and since then I have a lot less stress. I still have a problem: my husband is very messy, but at the same time very critical.

    1. Hi Carmen, thanks for sharing your experience. I think perhaps talking to your husband about the mess and how to curtail it would be a good first step. Just remember to be gentle in tone rather than accusatory.

  4. Your blog is awesome and it has encouraged me to look at minimalism and mindfulness in a new way. They go hand in hand but can be separated somewhat. Some people like minimalism but i’m not a huge fan because I just get used to having objects around. I wonder if minimalism and money are interconnected.

    1. Thanks for your kind words. I honestly believe that when you want to get a handle on your finances, minimalism is one way to accelerate the journey. It just makes it easier to live frugally when you don’t have much stuff. I’ve started asking myself whilst shopping: “This costs double what I make in an hour. Is it worth it?”

  5. I love the concept of minimalist. Not only that it is good for my mind, it is good for my wallet and also good for the environment (Think about it). I think the one who made me really think about this concept is Marie Kondo and also the show like Tiny house big living, those shows have made me think thatI have way too many junks that I do not need! Consumerism and in my opinion capitalism made us this way.

    Thank you for sharing the tips ๐Ÿ™‚ I will share your post to my friends, maybe they might become a minimalist like us ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. My goodness, thank you for the recommendation. I’ve never watched Tiny House Big Living but that’s definitely going to be on my watchlist. Thanks for popping by. ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. A great reminder to only keep or buy what we actually need, esp. with kids who always play more with the box a toy came into than the actual toy!

  7. Great post! This is our goal this year. My husband and I have been thinking about decluttering and donating a lot of the stuff we no longer use. We also live very busy lives and would like to simplify other areas of our lives such as our home furnishings. A minimalist home is also easier to clean haha!

    1. Thank you, Corinne. To be honest, that was also my motivation for minimising stuff – house is easier to clean. Thanks for sharing your goal for the year with us. ๐Ÿ™‚

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