• Photo by Liza Summer on Pexels.com • Quote: “Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.” 1 – William Morris Introduction. Have you ever felt like decluttering is one of those skills that you are either genetically predispositioned2 to be able to do easilyContinue reading “Decluttering and Organizing: Molding Your Home to Be a True Reflection of You”
Introduction. Henry David Thoreau is a man known for his minimalist views. Even during the time in which he lived, he understood the true value of living a simple life. When we begin and continue on with our Simple Living or Minimalist journeys, we discover this value, firsthand, as well….
Introduction. Living Simply or being a Minimalist ultimately means that we have faced the facts about owning too much clutter and have begun working on reducing the amount of items that we own within our homes….
Introduction – Perseverance. In thinking about the quote above, I immediately began to think about how it applied to our lives as we simplify. Having perseverance when we have committed ourselves to do something can be challenging. However, if we keep in mind what it was that originally made us want….
Introduction. I was thinking the other day about the thrift store and the items that we go there to find. It’s always so exciting to walk through a thrift store’s doors….