2017 was an incredible year for me. It was the year I really got serious about minimalism and challenged myself to truly embrace simple living. It was the year I realized that things don’t make me happy like I expected them to. I talked about my journey to minimalism and simple living but didn’t really
Minimalism is slowly becoming a part of my life- and I love it. With writing about Why I became a minimalist, I barely scratched the surface. When the reality of my maximalist lifestyle hit me, I knew I wanted a change. As I scrambled for what that change would look like, I stumbled on minimalism.
As I finished the first part of decluttering my items, I realized that the more I decluttered, the more I had things to declutter. Then I needed some unconventional tips for decluttering than I previously knew. I picked up the book Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo months ago. However much like many
I am at a place in my life where I have learned contentment; a place where I appreciate simplicity and desire “living simple”. Today, I am even more convinced that having too much “stuff” has done more harm than good to me. With that, I have finally found happiness in living a beautiful life while