Minimalist living is pretty trendy right now. All across the world, people are getting rid of excess possessions, moving into smaller homes, simplifying their lives and discovering the joy in the process of downsizing.
But what if you’re interested in living a minimalist life, but don’t quite know where to start.
Fear not, my friend. These minimalist living tips will steer you in the right direction.
If minimalism seems too hard, this is the post you need to read. You can take the best of it and leave the rest of it.
Downsizing to a smaller home can help you live a more minimalist lifestyle because you simply have less space to fill. There are other benefits to living in a small home. These are our faves.
A smaller home costs less to heat, maintain and improve. More money for the things you love? Yes, please!
If you've decided to downsize, here are my top tips before you make the move. It can be a stressful and emotional experience, so go gently on yourself.
Minimalism is the entire reason we were able to pay down our mortgage in our thirties. It's because of minimalism (and the subsequent downsizing of our home) that we have the freedom and finances to take our kids on international trips.
Want to build more minimalist shopping habits? These tips will give actionable steps to shop in a more intentional way.
Decluttering your home is a big part of becoming a minimalist. These decluttering tips will help you get rid of the excess so your home feels more like a sanctuary.
These quick tips will help you start a minimalist beauty routine that's good for your skin and the environment.
Having a baby needn't mean the end of your journey towards a minimalist life. In fact, it can be the best time to simplify. Here is a realistic minimalist list of baby must-haves. It's probably less than you think you need!
Check out these minimalist gift ideas - clutter-free gifts the minimalist in your life will love.
Kids birthdays can be enough to send parents to the brink. The 'Fiver Party' is new concept minimalist parents are going to love.
The 4 gift rule is a dream for minimalist parents. Sometimes known as 'want, need, wear, read', this gift strategy can help simplify gift-giving in the holiday season.
If you're looking for ideas to reduce the number of toys your children have, here are 9 steps we took to achieve that goal.
At this time of year, many of us are looking for minimalist gifts for kids to simplify the season for our families. Here are 20+ gift ideas your kids will love.