Minimalism, by an ex-hoarder (Part 4)

So, why should I become a ‘minimalist’? What are the benefits? Well, listen up, I’m here to tell you!

In my last post, I discussed the mammoth task of decluttering and this post will outline what I learned and what happened next.

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Minimalism, by an ex-hoarder (Part 3)

In my last post, I discussed how I began the decluttering process with my wardrobe. I started to re-assess the clothes I owned and decided to start donating/selling items that I didn’t wear or didn’t love anymore.

Looking to be more minimal in 2019? Then, read on!

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Minimalism, by an ex-hoarder (Part 2)

So, what is minimalism and what does a minimalist look like?

Well, the truth is: minimalism can look and mean something different depending on who you ask.

To me, minimalism is not a tool to deprive us of material things – it is a mindset; a practice that gives us freedom from material objects and the trap of consumerism.

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Minimalism, by an ex-hoarder (Part 1)

Okay, so I have a confession… I used to be a hoarder.

In this mini series, I want to share with you my journey into minimalism. It hasn’t been an easy road but minimalism has completely changed my (and our) lives. It has boosted our happiness levels, helped us manage our time more effectively and has allowed us to save more money than we’d ever have thought possible – without compromise!

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