Creating a life that is safe and warm, merry and bright.
Sure, slow living sounds nice, but when you're a speedy person it seems totally unrealistic. Here are some ways to integrate slow living principles into your speedy life:
Letting your stuff make you happy doesn't make you a bad minimalist. We need to move away from the extremities of all or nothing, all-consumed with materialism or completely ridding ourselves of all but the essentials. My stuff makes me happy... and that's okay.
In the online world of minimalism, it can feel like we have to digitize everything to be "real minimalists." Here's my case for keeping real books:
It's time to let go of the hoarder mentality and start enjoying life while we have time.
Although my primary motivations for pursuing minimalism are about saving time and energy, I still love learning more about eco-minimalism! I'm far from perfect, but here are a few everyday zero-waste swaps that I've tried and loved.
Anxiety makes most things in life harder, and decluttering is no exception. Here's how I'm continuing to KonMari with anxiety: