de-clutter

"Clutter is anything that is not connected to our highest and greatest good."
I opened the hall closet and pulled out the first thing I touched. "Does this spark joy?" I asked Joel. Joel whooped, and
All 10 of these tiny homes prove that space is relative. Your home is only as tiny as you let it feel. So, apply these space-saving tips and storage tricks when you can. Because you deserve to have a bigger home without actually paying for one.
Minimalism isn't about having nothing, instead it is about choosing to focus on what is important to you and cultivating that. It is about making conscious choices that match your intentions rather than just absorbing and collecting for the sake of it. So here are my 10 steps to use the principles of minimalism to rid yourself of overwhelm.
You may be wondering, "I don't have hoarding disorder, but I do have trouble getting rid of things and some clutter. How can I break this habit?" Simply put, the best way to break a bad habit is to build a new habit.
Spring is finally here -- and with it comes the annual desire to clear clutter and start the season with a clean slate. Spring cleaning is a tedious but necessary task that can often be a budgetary burden if not managed thoughtfully.
We all get bogged down, stuck in the same ol' routine, caught up in our feelings of worry and stress that keep us from making progress and enjoying our life. But you can let go of this mental rubbish, and lighten up your life this spring.
By Kate Rockwood If the very mention of the holidays has you overwhelmed -- decking the halls, shopping for 82 family members
If you're not getting the results you want, if you're frustrated because you feel clueless as to your next steps or if you just feel stale, these basics will be worth the visit.
One of my key realizations about happiness, and a point oddly under-emphasized by positive psychologists, given its emphasis in popular culture, is that outer order contributes to inner calm. More than it should.
Purging the clutter = closet clarity. Women always complain that they have "nothing to wear." This claim is often made within spitting distance of a closet teeming with shirts, dresses, and skirts. The problem? Overwhelming clutter.
What do we do when "stuff" happens? Do we stuff our stuff? Do we stay conscious about it? Do we wallow in it? Does stuff run us? Or do we run stuff?
In the Feng Shui system, your bedroom is one of the most important rooms in your home. When you walk in, you should feel like a warm pair of arms has encircled you: It should be tranquil, peaceful and inspire proper rest, privacy, and your true personality.
Richard Gere sang about it in "Chicago," Razzle-dazzle them." That's exactly what you may have to do in order to sell your