Do you want to give the Minimalism Game a go, but feel daunted? I made this guide for you. It contains what I wish I knew before I played the Minimalism Game for the first time.
If you’re not familiar with the Minimalism Game, it’s a month-long challenge to get rid of your excess stuff. On day 1, out goes one thing; on day 2, out goes two things and on and on until day 30, when out goes 30 things. That’s around 500 things in total if you keep going for the whole month. You can find out more about the game on The Minimalists website.
Using the Minimalism Game, I’ve decluttered over a thousand things from my home . It’s simple and fun, but it’s also work. Quite a bit of work. However, with some effort upfront you can set yourself up for success and make it through the month.
Continue reading “Playing the Minimalism Game: A Guide to Success”
No matter how packed your schedule, you have control over the mindset with which you approach each moment. Even when you can’t slow down, you can slow down.
Are you feeling rushed and overwhelmed? That used to be my default setting. Nowadays, I live a consciously slower lifestyle. Despite this, I still experience crunch times, times when the heat is on, when I’m under the pump. Slow doesn’t mean lazy. I still want to get things done, and that means that sometimes I’m busy!
What I’ve learnt is that slow and busy don’t have to be mutually exclusive. By bringing a slow mindset, I’ve transformed the way I think, feel and act when I’m busy, and you can too. Continue reading “How to slow down when you’re busy”
Have you got too much stuff? Do you want to free up some much needed space and cash, but are having trouble getting started?
I have a guest post over at Orges full of tips to help.
Ogres is a free online marketplace for outgrown resources.
(Note: The Ogres marketplace is currently only available in New Zealand)