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As many people continue to spend more time at home and less time eating at restaurants or grocery shopping, more time is spent in the kitchen, cooking up the ingredients you have in your home.
If this is the case for you, do you enjoy your kitchen or the way it is organized? If not, I'd love to help you out!
I recently uploaded a Minimalist Kitchen Tour video which went through every cabinet, drawer, and countertop of our kitchen. (Watch it here if you are interested.)
Here are a few key takeaways from the video that might help you in your efforts to simplify your kitchen or your cooking:
Keep Surfaces Clear: You've heard it from me before, but eliminating surface clutter...
How to Declutter Sentimental Items
Letting go of sentimental clutter, mental clutter, or emotional clutter is really difficult, and I often hear from viewers that these types of clutter are their biggest struggle. However, it doesn’t have to be this way, and there is one strategy that can help you move on from this.
I first shared this tip in an epic Clutter-Busting Scavenger Hunt with my monthly challenge group, (click here if you want to join us and get access), but I felt like this tip or strategy was too important not to share, so I wanted to dedicate this post and a video to it.
Our sentimental items and clutter usually stem from a relationship in our lives. Sometimes it...
12 Habits for More Intentional Living
Intentional living is all about living your best life according to the values and beliefs that you resonate with most. In order to make the lifestyle shift from more conventional to intentional, there are many different minimalist habits that you can begin to implement into your everyday life. While some of these habits for intentional living may seem difficult to follow along with, you just need to break them down little by little. These 12 intentional living habits are practices that you can incorporate on a regular basis that will help you to live a more mindful and intentional life, feel better, deal with less overwhelm, and really align your...
100 Things to Declutter | Easy Decluttering Ideas
Declutter your home before the new year with these 100 easy decluttering ideas! In this post, you will find a list with 100 things to declutter, which can help you simplify for your space in many areas of the home.
Before checking out the list, if you haven't already watched the video that goes along with this post, I highly recommend it! Watch it here.
Shoes you never wear
Shoes that aren’t comfortable
Purses that you don’t use
Purse clutter or garbage, like receipts
Unused membership cards or gift cards...use them up or pass them on!
Reusable bags that you...
If You Need to Declutter: A Decluttering Pep Talk
If you are looking for some decluttering motivation to inspire you to tackle your clutter, this is the post for you! I put together a video that can be one of your go-to decluttering motivation videos whenever you need some decluttering inspiration or want some minimalism motivation!
Text From the Video:
If you clicked on this video, you must be feeling frustrated by the stuff in your life.
Perhaps your space makes you feel out of control
Perhaps you know that something needs to change
Perhaps you are sick of not knowing where your stuff is
Or sick of buying so much and bringing new things into your space.
If you feel...
8 Types of Decluttering Guilt + How to Avoid Them
Decluttering is a difficult process to begin with, but it can become even more so when you factor in feelings of guilt, fear, and insecurity. These feelings can stall you in your pursuit to declutter your home, and can prevent you from making the progress that you want within your space. That is precisely why I have made this list of eight different types of decluttering guilt, to get you out of your decluttering rut. I am going to walk you through these different types and offer a strategy for each on how to avoid these guilty feelings in the first place. These mindset shifts will ultimately help get you to a place where you can...
4 Habits to Keep Your Home Clutter Free
If you have already gone through the process of decluttering your home, you may not have many excess items to continue to declutter. However, you may now need to focus on how to prevent the over-accumulation from happening again in the first place. These four habits to keep your home clutter free will help you to tackle the problem of too much stuff at the root of the issue. By taking the time to implement these habits for a clutter free home into your own life, you will find it much easier to manage the amount of stuff that you already have. Decluttering your space is one thing, building habits to maintain that clutter free space is another.
5 Practical Gifts for Minimalists | Minimalist Gift Giving
Are you a non-minimalist trying to figure out what to give your minimalist friends and family? Or are you perhaps a minimalist trying to buy for a non-minimalist, wanting to give them something they will really enjoy and appreciate without cluttering up their home? These five practical gifts for minimalists will aid you in your endeavor toward minimalist Christmas gift giving. This list is not exhaustive, so feel free to use these ideas as simply a minimalist guide to gift giving.
Minimalist Gift Idea #1: Consumable Items
Consumable items like food and body care items are great gift ideas, and are usually relatively inexpensive...