When you think of Minimalism, what comes to mind? It is worth noting that minimalism is about trading all of the excess junk that piles up so easily for more of what brings you joy: spending time with your family and friends, writing, sleeping, and experiencing life. It's about teaching your kids to live simple lives so that you can experience the beauty of the world together as a family. It's about working with your husband to build the life you want for your family instead of fighting with him about all of the junk that needs to be taken care of...
One of the aspects worth noting is that in order to start on the journey to minimalism is how to ask the right questions. If you haven't done it already, take a few minutes to consider your reasons for doing this, as well as the purpose you want your family and your home to have...
In other words, Minimalism is a mindset and a lifestyle. It's not a project to be completed in a weekend and put back on the shelf for next time. It's a chance to reconsider what your priorities are and to design your life (and your stuff) around those priorities. And minimalism usually starts by getting rid of excess physical clutter...
It is also worth noting that minimalism involves a lot of issues that are relevant in life. For instance, It might seem ridiculous to think that minimalism can actually work for an entire family-especially one with a couple of young kids. Between all of the sports gear-participating in multiple sports at a time builds character, right? -clothes, school supplies, and toys that constantly pile up, cutting it all down to only the things that are necessary (and keeping it that way) seem an impossible task. Thus, you need to create some more time and grasp some more aspects of minimalism...
In this book you'll learn:
- What is Minimalism?
- Advantages of having a minimalist lifestyle
- Developing a mindset of minimalism
- Strategies for the cleanup
- Specific Aspect On: Furniture, Bookshelves, Decorations, Coffee Tables, Electronics, Sentimental items, Special Spaces for the Kids
- The Beauty of Humanity
- Find your people & remind them of the benefits
- Be a role model for the whole family
- And so much more!
You will also have a golden chance of understanding why minimalism is a trade. In that, like I said earlier, minimalism isn't about setting unrealistic limits on what you can own. It's about making a trade. Everything costs something, so when you choose to accept something into your life, you're also choosing to let go of something else...
This book will help you discover things about yourself that you never knew. You will start to see things in a different light, and your quality of life will grow in the best way possible!
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