Drumroll please...Day 30 of #30daystominimal is YOU! You've edited and culled and hemmed and hawed over what makes living with less, more desirable. Pat yourself on the back and take a few moments to reflect on what you've learned. How did you find the challenge? What was helpful? What wasn't? What would you like to see more of here?
Day often overlooked, but always present - writing utensils. We use them all day long, yet so often we pick up whatever's available! Choose your writing instruments with intention. What's your favourite?
Day 25 of Floors. Sounds silly, but clear floors have a dramatic impact on the look of your space. Pick up all the clutter (all of it!) and move it to your bed while you vacuum. Don't go to bed until all you have left is the things you love!
Day 24 of #30daystominimal: sleepwear. Sleep in your old track pants? Don't do it! What you sleep in should make you feel delicious and ready for SLEEP. Don't rob yourself of the luxury that is delightful pjs! I am totally guilty of this, btw! What to you sleep in? And where should I shop for gorgeous sleepwear?
Day 19 of emergency fund. With a small shift, you can be intentional not only about your possessions - but about your finances too. Having foresight & planning means you can focus on the important instead of worrying about the unplanned.
Day 18 of #30daystominimal is a bit off the beaten path: pillows! Brought to you by someone who is in need of a new one. If you've had yours for over a year, evaluate - you may need a new one! Minimalism isn't about having 100 things or 97 things or 33 things - it is about making the things you have count. And I can't think of a (seemingly) teeny item which has the potential to impact your entire day is such a big way!
Day 17 of #30daystominimal: workspace. I promise if you tackle this, you'll see an increase in productivity and creativity! It's also a tough one to follow, keeping a tidy desk can seem like a full time job on its own!
Day 15 of email! Digital clutter is just as distracting as physical clutter. I like to sit down & go through my inbox all at once, deleting & unsubscribing as I work my way through. Any tips on what works for you?