There are plenty of great products out there, and there is plenty of junk. But here’s the thing: the product doesn’t always matter. New products can be a great motivation for starting new habits, but financially, the product is not always necessary.
I’ve talked about how I don’t really care about money before. I know it’s weird coming from a finance nerd, but it’s true. We give money and stuff too much value. That’s why the 10-year rule is so important.
When you think of decluttering, it may seem overwhelming. You have all this stuff. You’re not exactly sure how you’ve accumulated such an absurd amount of things, but you have. All you know now is that you need less stuff.
It’s easier than ever to be a minimalist in this technological world, but technology is also one of the primary distractors from real life. Enter: balance.
If you’ve been stuck inside like my family, you have a lot of unexpected time to get stuff done. Things like minimizing, decluttering, and the dreaded… cleaning.
I just minimized my desk. The goal? Be intentional about every item on it. Your home office should work the same way. Here are the steps I take every time my office, or any office, needs to be decluttered.