Do you need to unclutter your life? Are you bogged down by too much stuff? Are you spending money on things you just don’t need?
Well then, let me tell you that if you choose to unclutter your life you will actually feel lighter, more joyful and more personally and financially free.
In an earlier podcast I covered off on the Art of Minimalism and all it’s benefits.
I practiced this for seven years when I lived out of my suitcase and those were some of the most freeing years of my life.
I had a rule. If I bought something new – an item of clothing or a toiletry item for example, then something had to be taken out to accommodate it.
That thing that I was ‘releasing’ would be donated, sold or given away to a friend I was visiting, and if they didn’t want it, I asked them to give it to someone who needed it most.
The result was I rarely bought anything I didn’t truly need, value or love. It was such a good feeling.
And those are still my three criteria now we have a gorgeous property and large house, that we could easily ‘overfill’ with too much stuff.
I also have three questions that I like to ask myself for any new purchases:
- Where would this live?
- What am I going to do with it?
- What is it replacing?
In this podcast I go into more detail about how those questions immediately help you to make better decisions. I also cover off on:
- How to unclutter your house, one room at a time
- Why buying new things may be covering up a deeper unmet need
- How these three questions can help you before you even buy something new
Resources to help you Unclutter:
Read: Oprah – 10 Ways to Declutter Your Life
Take Uncluttered – A 12 week course and community, Uncluttered is designed to open up space in your life for the things, activities, and people that are most important to you.
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