The holidays are right around the corner. Have you started your Christmas shopping? Today I’m going to have a practical gift guide for the minimalists. Get the holiday gift ideas and find a gift that you know your recipient will love and use. Whether you are a minimalist or not, keep reading this post to get some thoughtful and consumable gift ideas for yourself or your loved ones. Continue reading Gift Ideas for Minimalists
I don’t like doing housework except for laundry. Over the years, I’ve developed a laundry routine which helped me to save time and money. I’ve adopted these laundry habits for years, and they totally worked well for me and have made my life easier. If you feel like laundry is something you hate, try to use a simpler way to do it. Today I’m going to share 5 laundry tips with you and hope you’ll find them helpful.
Hi friends! Christmas is just right around the corner. Have you done your Christmas shopping yet? I’ve done all and I’m going to bake some cookies as homemade gifts for my friends.
It can be an expensive time of the year and I heard a lot about how much money people have to spend to make things happen. Be quite honest, it’s easy to fall into debt if you don’t have any savings and budget.
Today, I wanted to share 5 simple ways to have a debt-free Christmas.
Nobody wants to have a stressful holiday and going deep into debt after Christmas. Want to love and enjoy more this festive season? Here are the things you can do to simplify the holidays and have a debt-free Christmas.
Have you ever had spent much more than you thought at Christmas? I know it could be the most stressful time of the year for some of us. Today, I’d like to share with you how to simplify Christmas with a minimal perspective. By following these 5 minimalist approaches to this holiday season, you’ll enjoy Christmas more. Remember, focus on what really matters, spend precious time with your loved ones, relax and enjoy the holidays!
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Simplifying life and living minimally is the path I’m going on. Once I started with a more minimalist lifestyle, I felt more content and less stress.
Minimalism looks different for everyone and there are many ways to be a minimalist. For me, I’m happy living with fewer possessions by stop buying unnecessary stuff. I don’t have to deal with tons of clutter at my home anymore. I now have more time to spend with my family and more enjoyable at home.
With the minimalist mindset, it helps me get to know what brings me value into my life. It lets me focus on what is important to me and changed the way I spend my time and money.
Eating healthy through meal planning. DIYing our household cleaning supplies to avoid the hidden toxins from the store-bought cleaning products. During the process, simplicity is the best. I saved thousands a year by not spending money on something which is not good for health and the environment.
Who doesn’t want to save more money? Today, I’m going to share 16 things I’ve stopped spending on as a minimalist. Okay, let’s dive in.