We’re all different when it comes to decluttering. Just like we’re all inherently different when it comes to how we keep our homes. Do you tend toward clutter? Or toward an OCD level of cleanliness? Or somewhere in between?
Minimizing, decluttering, and intentional living.
More and more studies are showing how social media can make us feel terrible. It can isolate us, make us feel lonely, and it can lead to depression. It makes sense. People post their best lives. We see that and think everyone else has it so much better than we do.
Look for minimalist tips on organizing and you’ll see a lot of, “the best way to organize is to minimize” or “having less stuff is better than organizing what you have.” I agree with those points. We embrace minimalism. But recently, we organized our garage… and we didn’t minimize all of our stuff.
In this video, I show you how I fit it all in. With a wife, 5 kids, military service, 2 businesses, college, traveling, reading, writing, and so much more. It’s about structure and planning. We’ll cover it all and I’ll show you my morning ritual.
I don’t care about New Year’s resolutions since they mostly fail, but I do think the new year is a good time to make some commitments. Let’s commit to less.
In this video, I give you 10 steps to start living a practical minimalist lifestyle. This isn’t about selling everything you own; it’s about living intentionally and slowly reducing the unimportant things in your life.
We’re all at different stages in life. It’s possible you’re in a stage where you aren’t doing anything at all, your stress level is zero, and you have no responsibilities. However, it’s more likely you’re in a stage that’s basically the opposite of that. This is the stage of life I align with.
In this video, I talk about the No-Toys Nursery in Germany. We also talk about how kids are happier with fewer toys and how you can reduce the toys in your home.