Interested in simplifying?

You’re in the right spot.

Science has found a direct link to clutter and stress. One study from UCLA found that more clutter creates more stress and can negatively impact mental well-being, particularly among women. In addition to elevating our levels of cortisol, a stress hormone, clutter can reduce your efficiency, ability to focus, and also diminish how satisfied you feel in life. 

But a Harvard study showed that eliminating clutter could reduce housework by 40 percent. That’s a LOT of time and energy we can reclaim, friends.

Decluttering and simplifying can be challenging. I know because I’m doing it — one messy junk drawer and commitment at a time. Add toys and toddlers to the mix and, WOAH MAMA. I promise you though, it is SO worth it. Embracing minimalism has transformed our lives in ways we never expected.

If you’re new, feel free to poke around on the blog, or check out our Minimalism for Beginners articles if you’re just starting your simplifying journey. 

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