“The first step in crafting the life you want is to get rid of everything you don’t.” ― Joshua Becker
Creating a minimalist life.
We have to make this life the one we want worth living for, with minimal regrets – to do that we have to know our value and be self-aware of what we are doing each day.
Self-awareness starts with the mind and lives at the heart.
De-cluttering our physical spaces.
During spring – there is this popular time when many flock to their closets and the forbidden depth parts of their house and clean out their hidden treasures – dividing things into two piles – one for goodwill and the other to store back into the same place until the next spring.
De-cluttering our physical space has an effect on our mind
Minimalism within the mind.
I find it to be very satisfying when I have a clear space within the home – I find my mood uplifted and productive. De-cluttering our physical space allows us to be tuned into what is in front of us. When we are tuned in – it is easier to be self-aware of our actions and what goes on around us.
Self-awareness plays a part in having minimal regrets
Discovering the benefits of minimalism.
Once I discovered the after effect of decluttering our physical space – I began to see minimalism take shape in a whole new meaning. Someone recently commented on how they love the minimalist look to this website.
Subconsciously, minimalism has seeped through which has proved to be quite beneficial in fact – seeing it has not only improved my personal life, it has also helped in business – life continues to become simpler.
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What are some of the steps you plan on taking to minimize regrets and live your best life?