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8 Responses to “Why I’m A Minimalist”

8 Responses to “Why I’m A Minimalist”

Minimalism is about freedom and knowing that when opportunity knocks, you’ll have space to open the door. Jennifer Burger,  simplifyfiercly.com Seeking Motivation Read New Perspectives.  See Inspiring Spaces. As we near the end of this 30-day challenge, you might have...
5 Ways to Manage Memorabilia

5 Ways to Manage Memorabilia

The hurricane flooded me out of a lot of memorabilia, but it can’t flood out the memories. Tom Dempsey Your Memories Are Not Stored in A Box Do you want REALLY want the mementos – or just their stories? This challenge series has included a number of...
Don`t Keep Things ONLY Because of Guilt

Don`t Keep Things ONLY Because of Guilt

The reality is that at some point, it is no longer practical, healthy or reasonable to hold on to things you don’t need simply because you’re trying to hold on to a memory.  Ruth Soukup, Living Well, Spending Less Yes, You Can Let That Go People Are Not Their Stuff...
Minimalism Can Increase Gratitude

Minimalism Can Increase Gratitude

Minimalism forces me to be intentional and slow down. I have started to think before I talk. I think before I buy. I think before I act. For me, minimalism has been about getting off auto-pilot and finding a better rhythm that suits both myself and my family. Denaye...

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