Throw all of your ideas for the day in the trash. Anything you think you need, find a reason you do not. Break yourself of habit as a form of function and instead train your functions to form habits. You can create then, once you have a clear, and blissful headspace.
Find an area in your life that feels really cluttered. It could be your closet, kitchen, even the apps on your phone. Once you picked an area, remove things you never use and keep the things that really do spark joy. After that, only buy or add new things to replace old ones. Finally, don’t feel pressure to become a minimalist in all aspects of life. Take baby steps! Slowly over time tackle different areas when you feel comfortable and ready.
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Figure out who you are as a person (lifestyle, interests, etc.) Then surround yourself only with items you love and need.
- How do I get my partner to tidy up with me consistently?
- What stuff should I put under my bed?
- How where you feeling when you were cleaning
- What’s a good way to declutter early in the morning so you don’t disturb anyone still sleeping?
- How to organize the documents and papers? And how to get rid of unnecessary ones?
- Who has tricks or advice on how to keep up with laundry?! Mostly the folding. I’ve struggled with this chore my whole life.
- What if I want to buy organizers to make my room look better but I have no money whatsoever?
- Do you clean better in these small time slots or when you do it all at once?
- How often do you have a deep clean/ tidy? And how do you do it? What’s your routine ?
- How do you stay on top of keeping things tidy?