Happy Sunday, my friends!
This week I’m dedicating the blog, talk show and podcast to a topic that’s not just been on my mind, but also has been something I’ve been putting into practice—living with less.
I’ve already taken you into my KonMari journey for my closet; and since that session with the amazing Tomoka, I’ve used that same minimizing theory on no fewer than seven (!!!) other closets in the house. From all three kids’ closets, to the linen closet, to the coat closet and pantry, to the utensil drawers in the kitchen, mama’s on a minimizing mission.
The concept of minimal living, or living with less, is appealing because a streamlined space means fewer decisions.
What do I mean by that? A wardrobe filled only with pieces we love makes getting dressed easier.
A kitchen drawer that is organized means we don’t have to rifle through tons of things to find the spatula.
Decision fatigue is real. That’s just one reason living with less is so appealing: Keeping our spaces simple allows us to free up physical and mental space for things we actually want to spend time on.
By tapping into experts and practitioners of minimal living, this week is all about simplifying your life, one strategy at a time.
You’re going to love this week’s content, promise. 😉 I’m so excited to get us all inspired to live with less, one step at a time!