Tag: minimalism

Home & Family, Well Being

7 Secrets of Tidy People

If you’re interested in minimizing stuff in your life, you will probably want to know the secrets of tidy people as well. You’ve probably heard about the magical little book called “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing” by Marie Condo. Make sure not to confuse messy with dirty. We aren’t talking about old pizza boxes under the bed. We are talking about having nicely piled papers and boxes of toys put in their place. We all tolerate different levels of mess. Being tidy helps to create space to breathe and to live that […]

Home & Family, Well Being

Minimalism: How to Clean Your Closet

Minimalism is liberating, freeing, and it seems like everyone is on a quest to live as simply as possible in one area of their lives these days. Collecting things we desire and love can bring a lot of happiness. When we get to pass these things down to our grandkids, they become heirlooms. But, sooner or later, we have to admit when we are just hoarding things. If you have kids, you’re probably hoarding toys whether you like it or not. If you don’t have kids, what’s your vice that you know you have to stop? With the housing market […]