Decluttering Your Home: A Simple Guide to Decluttering, Organizing and Reducing Stress

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Declutter your home and have a little fun in the process. A clean home is the key ingredient to a happy and organized lifestyle.

Do me a favor: close your eyes and imagine a pristine house filled with organized cabinets, clean bathrooms, and an immaculate kitchen. The very thought of this house probably conjures up one of those amazing houses you see on TV where it goes from shack to palace in what seems like a matter of hours! Now, I want you to imagine that house is yours! Ok, so I can’t give you the HGTV house of your dreams. But I can help put you in your journey to decluttering your home and improving your life.

Decluttering is both an art and a science. The good news is that you’ve come to the right place.

• Why is decluttering important? Improve efficiency, increase space, save money…the list goes on.
 How to get ready…organize, start small, start now!
• How to get started. Storage? Dispsoal? Cleaning supplies? We’ve got it covered.
 Get motivated…stay motivated
• Beating procrastination: Face your fears. Don’t overwhelm yourself. Stay positive!

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Minimalism:The guide to a more fulfilling Life

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With the help from this guide, you will start to life your life to the fullest.

Minimalism can seem rather extreme. It does take a lot of self-discipline and a singular focus. This is the challenge of living a minimalist lifestyle in a non-minimalist society. We cannot get through a single day without a barrage of stimuli and distractions that would serve to derail a minimalist lifestyle.

Minimalism indeed possesses magical powers, that of making you distinguish between necessary and unnecessary and the power of achieving your goals. The powers of helping you separate your needs from your wants, again helping you achieve your goals. The powers of realizing what matters to you and what is just pointless and the ultimate power to then focus on only adding the things, people, activities, and ideas into your life that truly matter and getting rid of everything else.
Following a minimalist lifestyle does not mean you shun away everything you receive or start throwing out things from your house. Contrary to the misconceptions surrounding minimalism that it is about living a frugal life and preferring cheap things to expensive ones, minimalism is actually about sticking to everything that adds value, convenience, and meaning to your life.
If buying a laptop worth $5000 adds value to your life because your work depends on it and you are passionate about your work, there is no reason why you shouldn’t invest in it.

At the same time, you need to become more conscious of some other things you own that are holding you back and not adding meaning to your life. It could be the unused appliances in your kitchen or the heaps of clothes in your wardrobe that you bought ages ago, that still have the price tag attached.

here is a little preview what you will get….

  • What is minimalism?
  • The ways to become a minimalist
  • The goal of minimalism
  • An ideal way to stop spending and start living
  • Ways you can embrace minimalism< every day
  • Tips on stticking to minimalism

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Minimalism: learning how to live with less, and start appreciating your free space

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Learn how to start living with less

A lot of people go through life acquiring things. These range from clothing, books, toys, collections of interest to vehicles and antiques. These things, when gathered over the years could become more of clutter than collections. The reason is simple. There is only so much you can make use of in one lifetime.

Most times, many of these items are acquired during moments of impulsive buying or when the urge to splurge beckons. The sad thing about acquiring stuff that you would never use, is the fact that they would spend years and decades gathering dust in your rooms, garage and basement while someone out there needs them but cannot afford them. It is not uncommon to see someone who had acquired stuff over the years, wanting to unclutter their space. They wake up one day and come to the glaring realization that the items which they had spent a greater part of their lives acquiring has never given them permanent satisfaction, a sense of purpose or lasting fulfilment.

Actually, rather than bring joy, clutter brings lot of distraction with it.

So when these people realize this, they begin to pursue the minimalist lifestyle. Unfortunately, most people do not know where to start or how to decide what should go and what should stay. This is understandable because they had been used to buying a lot of new stuff without getting rid of the old ones.

Living a minimalist lifestyle might not be exciting, but it is freeing. Minimalism frees an individual from the shackles of materialism and the strong grip of consumerism. Imagine a garage that has only your car and a couple of boxes in it. Imagine your basement having more space without you falling over things while trying to navigate it in the dark. Imagine an airy living room and bedroom without the musty smell of clothes that are never worn and books that nobody bothers to read.

You see how beautiful it would be to live like that?

If you are worried about how to go about being a minimalist, worry no more.
This book will teach all you need to know about freeing up your living quarters and having next to no unnecessary properties creeping in on your personal space. Every chapter is packed with lot of lessons which every collector and aspiring minimalist should know. From the origin of clutter and its effects to decluttering your space, this book opens your eyes to a world better than the one you are used to. A world where material possessions do not matter as much as time spent seeing the world or staying with loved ones. Eight chapters in all, each one walks you through the escape and freedom that a minimalist life gives.

Couple of things you will learn

  • Evolution and the clutter culture
  • The effects of clutter on an individual’s health and overal wellbeing
  • Clutter and anxiety
  • Clutter and injuries
  • And much, much more
  • Start learning, and get this book now!

Minimalism vs. Consumerism: Finding the right balance to take your life back!

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“Minimalism is not a lack of something. It’s simply the perfect amount of something.”
Recently the trend of Minimalism has risen in society. Some people have preconceived ideas of what that means. People think it’s much like going on a diet from stuff and things that ‘make them happy’. But Minimalism isn’t about sacrifice. It’s about constantly constructing a battle in your head about gratitude and enjoyment. You should consume only what makes you happy, when it stops helping and starts having the opposite effect, it is time to reexamine. Minimalism vs Consumerism is about finding the right balance between the two that benefits your life the most. The life that still allows you to enjoy the things that make you happy while being grateful for what you have and not always seeking happiness in more. Making decisions with awareness of what really matters to you.