“Possessions, outward success, publicity, luxury - to me these have always been contemptible. I believe that a simple and unassuming manner of life is best for everyone, best for both the body and the mind.”
Albert Einstein

Sunday 6 April 2014

How could you cull the crap?

Minimalism is the art of living with less.

Less Worry
Less Drama
Less Clutter
Less Boundaries
Less Spending
Less Waste
Less Materialism 
Less Stuff
Less Crap

It enables you to have: 

More Fun
More Stability
More Space
More Growth
More Knowledge
More Relationships
More Passion
More Time
More Freedom

Since becoming a minimalist I have noticed so many changes in my life, they vary from being more eco- friendly by culling my waste band my carbon footprint to having more time and space in my life for what actually matters.

For me minimalism isn't some new fad or hobby its the way I want to live my life. Everybody has a different outlook on life and no matter who you are I really think that you would have someway you would need to cull the crap.

For a moment consider it. Go on I dare you. There would be some way you could live a more simple and minialisitic life. It just starts with realizing it then taking the first step.

I would love to hear your feedback, how could you cull the crap? let me know by emailing me from my page.

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  1. Alice says she has been motivated by your regime, Holly and I'm going to start a cull tomorrow as well. Top girl!


  2. I have been making changes!

    I can't believe how much stuff I find around the house and I wonder why I keep it all. The big trigger for me, which is what you have helped me realise, is that the little annoyances of all my 'crap' actually eat into my concentration and enjoyment of other things. An example of this is getting annoyed that I can't close the door to our linen cupboard properly, because it is over-stuffed, and trying to put double bed sheets onto a queen size bed repeatedly. Both of them are just minor annoyances, but by getting rid of a bunch of our stuff that we can't use, I have removed the little annoyance and it's satisfying to see a neat, clean, easy-to-use cupboard.

    Just one little change is already bringing me a little happiness (and the dogs, since they got some new bedding out of it) so I can't wait to make more changes.

    Want 20 mismatching martini glasses?