If you want to understand the psychology and theories behind minimalism or are searching for inspiration and advice for starting your own minimalist journey, you’ve come to the right place.
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NEW ON THE BLOG…
- The emotions we attach to belongings when we’re grieving – and how to let them go
- When decluttering causes regrets
- What would you put in one box?
- How minimalism can help soothe the ‘Micro Stressors’ of everyday life
- Why you should be a minimalist during the cost of living crisis
- Why cognitive flexibility is vital for a minimalist lifestyle
- How cleaning and organising eases stress
- Why your friends are hindering your minimalist journey
- How to prevent recluttering
- Why lockdown 3 turned me into a compulsive shopper
- The desire to acquire: Why the novelty of buying new things soon wears off
- You are an antelope: Why evolution causes us to be stressed by clutter
- The clutter of collections & letting them go
- How practicing gratitude can support a minimalist life
- The decluttering journey – Deciding what to keep
- The non-monochrome minimalist
- How Freud’s 5 Stages of Psychosexual Development relate to hoarding
- The ‘hyper brain’ of high IQ individuals + how minimalism can help with these anxieties
- The Hotel Experience
- We’ve all got boxes we haven’t unpacked
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