Decluttering my iPad for the #5DaystoMinimalism Challenge! Can I just say what a crazy week it's been? A good crazy, though, I can't complain.
There are 300,000 items in the average American home. Think about everything that you own. How much of that stuff is just dead weight, taking up space in your home and cluttering your physical as well as mental space? Today’s episode of The Lavendaire Lifestyle highlights minimalism and its life-changing benefits. Listen as Aileen shares her personal story … Read more
2015 was a huge year for minimalism. Today I thought I'd revisit the topic of minimalism and how it's changed my life this past year.
Alas, the final category in the Konmari Method: Mementos! I made it!! *party emojis* You'll learn a lot about me in this video, it's like snooping in my deepest darkest treasures!
I'm finally done with the komono / miscellaneous category! If you're new here, this is part of my series on tidying the KonMari way, based on the book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. Komono or Miscellaneous is the fourth category out of five—we're in the last stretch here!
A more personal look into my experience tidying after reading The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. Moving on to tidying books & papers in this one!
A more personal look into my experience tidying after reading The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. Clothes was a huge category for me, and I'm so happy to be done with it!
Recently, I read The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo and it changed my life. Since Kondo released the English version of her book this past fall, the NYT best-selling book has sold over 2 millions copies, and KonMari has become a worldwide phenomenon. After learning about the KonMari method—which claims that you only need to tidy your home in ONE dramatic swoop, and then never have to do it again—I knew I had to try it out for myself.