By andria perry
January 4, 2018 7:57pm CST
One of the resolution/goals that I made for this year should be easy. As most of you know when you settle at one place for just a little time things accumulate. With that being said I will get this place back as minimal as possible. Each day I will try to remove something from this place and get rid of it. So far I am doing good with this plan. I may not go somewhere everyday but I can put it in the trunk for when I do head to town and pass the donation box. At the end of each month I will tally up how much I have gotten rid of and once again at the end of the year. Its not that the house is cluttered its just I have to much stuff and I want it to be back minimal, I feel more comfortable with minimal. How about you? Got a goal to get minimal this year?
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• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
i have some books i want to read on minimalism, and I watched on a show on either Amazon Prime or Netflix on minimalism, and it has me craving that lifestyle! You encouraged me to start to read those books sooner
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• United States
The things I keep that "I think I might use" are building materials and plumbing stuff that I can and will use on a rental. The cabinet I cleaned tonight was in the kitchen.I got a shopping bag filled with things I do not need anymore.
Now that I've read this discussion of yours, I realised I have to do some decluttering at home. I should get rid of stuff that I no longer use anymore so I would have more space in my home and less clutter. Yes, my house is a mess.
• Winston Salem, North Carolina
On the one hand, I want to thin things out and go minimal. But on the other hand, I am just about to have anywhere from 1-4 children setting up on their own. Getting rid of those extra pots and pans, kitchen appliances and the like, would probably be ill-advised right now. At least for me.