Tag Archives: minimalism
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July 16, 2018Use What You Have

At the CORE of the Tidy Mind philosophy is eking every last bit of joy out of what you CHOOSE to have in your life. In the modern world, I truly believe that we have too much. Too much choice. Too much pressure. Too many expectations Too many possessions. We tend to look outwards for […]

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June 16, 2018Creating a beautiful, minimalist bathroom

Minimalist living has become a ‘buzz phrase’ of late, and you don’t have to spend long on social media before you see it being bandied around. But what does it actually mean? Is it all about throwing away your things and just living in a practically empty house? Not at all! Minimalist living is simply […]

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October 26, 2016Instant Gratification Nation

A number of years ago, I had way, WAY too much stuff. I did not see myself as a frivolous person, but I see now that I was buying things that I didn’t need or even really want. I was a marketer’s dream! So easily sucked in by the promise that an item would improve […]

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October 26, 2016People

Let me ask a controversial question: Can you and should you declutter people from your life? Answer: YES! (with a few caveats….) Inevitably when I work with a client, it isn’t just possessions that are called into question. Often, if not always, there are people who are having a negative impact. Clutter is just a […]

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