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That’s probably something you hear a lot more than you should from the average person. But, going minimal is much harder than you’d think. Minimalism is a concept, and for most people, it is something that is harder to understand than you’d think.But minimalism is an exact practice that can be wonderful for you. If you’re interested in minimalism, then you’re in the right place.This guide will tell you all about minimalism for beginners, what it means, and how to do this.In this book, we’ll discuss how to be a minimalist in your home, and some small steps to get started with this. It’s hard to begin with, but once you understand how to employ minimalism in your life, you’ll be much happier, and you’ll be able to, with this as well, understand that minimalism is key, and you’ll be much happier as well.For most people, jumping on the minimalism bandwagon is very hard, because well, we all like our stuff, but with this book, we’ll outline what it takes to employ minimalism strategies into your life, so you’re happier, and can do better.

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Date de parution 11 novembre 2018
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Minimalism For Beginners : Discover And Also Learn How To Use A Frugal Minimalist Strategy To Improve Your Life And Your Home!
 
Table of Contents
Minimalism Discover These Minimalism Tips And Tricks For Beginner's To Learn About It Effectively
Page 2
Title Page
Introduction
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Conclusion
Title Page
 
Giving Away
One Thing in, Two things Out
Photographic Evidence
 
BONUS BOOK:
1 Introduction
2 Chapter 1
3 Chapter 2
4 Chapter 3
5 Chapter 4
6 Chapter 5
7 Chapter 6
8 Conclusion
Organization For Beginners: Discover And Learn These Top 9 Beginner Methods To Organizing And Cleaning Your House!
Page 2
Title Page
Introduction
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Conclusion
Title Page
Hinder Troubles in your Relationship
Have More Free Time
Feel Less Stressed in General
Save Your Health by Organizing
Beat Depression by Being organized
Save Money and Prevent Buying Needless Things
Have a Better Diet
Less Medications
Conclusion
Title Page
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Conclusion
Title Page
Introduction
More Quality, Less Quantity
Washing as Cooking
Handle Papers as They come in
The Duplicate Problem
The five-Minute cleanup
The Six-Second Rule
Stop Keeping One-Time-Use Items About
Pairing Tasks
Keep One Set of Various Items
Conclusion
Title Page
Chapter 1: Introduction
 
Chapter 2: Organization Hacks To De-Clutter Your Home
The Bathroom
The Family Room
Home Workplace
The Kitchen & Dining Room
The Closet
Chapter 3: Spring Cleaning Hacks
 
Chapter 4: Conclusion
 
Introduction
Go minimal!
That’s probably something you hear a lot more than you should from the average person. But, going minimal is much harder than you’d think. Minimalism is a concept, and for most people, it is something that is harder to understand than you’d think.
But minimalism is an exact practice that can be wonderful for you. If you’re interested in minimalism, then you’re in the right place.
This guide will tell you all about minimalism for beginners, what it means, and how to do this.
In this book, we’ll discuss how to be a minimalist in your home, and some small steps to get started with this. It’s hard to begin with, but once you understand how to employ minimalism in your life, you’ll be much happier, and you’ll be able to, with this as well, understand that minimalism is key, and you’ll be much happier as well.
For most people, jumping on the minimalism bandwagon is very hard, because well, we all like our stuff, but with this book, we’ll outline what it takes to employ minimalism strategies into your life, so you’re happier, and can do better.
Chapter 1
This is the first step. The problem with many people, is they think going minimal is the answer, when it’s not. They start, and then they realize they’ve made a mistake, and from there, they’ll try to avoid continuing with this. Sometimes, minimalism works for you, and the best way to figure this one out, is to determine whether you can live this life.
Minimalism isn’t always just tiny homes; it’s getting rid of the excess stuff you have. It’s different from decluttering, which is mostly getting rid of the extras that you have but it’s really looking at the stuff you have around you, determining whether or not you need it, and where you need to keep it, and then tossing it.
Minimalism is a lifestyle that lets you question what adds value to your life. With decluttering, it’s taking the excess that you have, so you’re not keeping it around, but if you clear the clutter form the path of your life, you can make room for every other aspect of life, whether it be growth, contribution, or even relationships and passion. It’s pretty simple, and it’s literally just getting rid of the garbage that’s in excess in your life, whether it be things, people, or anything in general.
This is something that you need to determine for yourself, and lets you work for you.
The Minimalist Vision
The minimalist vision is as simple as figuring out what you want to achieve through minimalism and what you’d like to introduce into your life.
For example, traveling lighter, or even decluttering your home is a good why. Some people take the extreme route by downsizing completely, but the thing is, that’s for you to decide. You need to ask yourself what is best for you, what benefits you want, and whether that contributes to the ideal state.
You need to determine how long it’ll take to reach that state, and who else will be a part of it. You need to figure out the why behind this, and what you need to do.
Here’s another point too: minimalism isn’t just getting rid of physical items, it can be whatever you want it to be, whether it’s excess bills you don’t need, excess people, or whatever. It is the outlook you want to have.
Physical items and declutter is something that you should have on hand, and you should do something about them of course. But, don’t just think that it applies to the physical aspects of your life, but also the other aspects that involve your own personalized minimalism as well. You can take care of your physical life, but also look at the other parts of your life too.
If you have people that are dragging you down, people that ghost you and are nothing but toxic, then you should try to eliminate those people. If you have people that you don’t want to keep around, then get rid of them.
We’ll talk about a few different minimalism strategies in the next chapter, but before you begin with minimalism, you have to figure out which works best for you.
Chapter 2
How do you begin with minimalism in a physical sense? Well, decluttering is probably the first location to look at, and here, we’ll highlight some physical minimalism tips to help you get started.
First, take at least 10 minutes out of your schedule that you weren’t really using, and start to use them for actual things. A lot of us spend a lot of time on our phones, and we usually end up getting distracted. Spending less time around them, or not even looking at them when you get up, will help you.
In your room, keep the TV out of there. Every room doesn’t need to have a TV in it, despite what others say. They’re distracting, and it can make you waste your time.
If you have clothes in your life that you just don’t wear, or you don’t think fit anymore, don't’ keep them around. Simply donate them, and then go from there.
As you start doing minimalism things, start to journal your progress. Look at how far you’ve come with this, and start to document what your progress is in all of this, so you’re able to, with this as well, figure out what works for you.
If you have books that are old and you don’t read, give them to the local library. Don’t keep them around just because people don’t read them, but instead get rid of your old stuff.
If you are getting rid of stuff that don’t matter, put them in a box of odds and ends that you feel aren’t worth it. If you don’t touch them within 6 months, then just give them away to goodwill or something. You don’t have to keep it around. With this box, you don't’ need to put them in different places based off content, just throw it all in there.
If you have multiple junk drawer, start to look at them. Toss what you’re looking at that you don’t think you need. That way, you’re able to toss them.
When it comes to physical stuff, if there is one thing that you feel you don’t need then you’ll want to try to give it up for 30 days. It can feel weird, but it does help.
Now when you do this, you’ll start to realize that you’re uncomfortable. You might want to buy more, or schedule more, but the thing is, you can now start to implement self-care in order to work with this. Instead of spending all your money on stuff, spend time working on yourself. Read a book instead of overly scheduling meetings and such.
If you notice you’re spending more time out of the house, then start to spend more time in there cleaning up, or organizing the space. Self-care, and physically taking care of your space is very helpful.
There are also ways to experiment with this as well. For example, there is the minimalist fashion challenge you can try. Try to use only 33 or less items of clothing for under 3 months. You’ll find out that this is hard, but it can make a lot of choices that you make in the future impactful.
The mins game is another one to try, where on the first day you get rid of one thing, two things on the second day, and then on the third, three items and so forth. These can be small, or big items. Minimalism doesn’t have to be physically huge.
When looking at the items you have, if you have like five of the same thing, get rid of four of them. Really ask yourself what you’re doing with this, and whether or not you need to keep it around. Most of the time, you don’t.
Minimalism is hard, but the thing is, you’ll start to realize that it’s much easier to live a minimalistic lifestyle than you thought, and we highlighted here a few things in a physical sense to do to begin with this.
Chapter 3
What is the minimalism audit? It’s where you look at what areas of your life are super complex or overcomplicated, and don’t need to be. The end-goal of this is to connect your vision to what you feel is best for you.
There are a few areas that you should look at, and they are as follows:
Your space
Your office or business
Your car or cards
Any services and subscriptions
Your habits in general that might be excessive
Tasks
Thoughts
Digital activities
Basically, you want to take a moment to really look at your life, and every single aspect of it. Look at the current situation that you have to understand what you have that’s holding you back, and what you can eliminate in order to reach the goals at hand
You can also track everything that you do from the moment you wake up, to the moment you fall asleep.
Toggl helps you look at the time that you are spending on different actions, and where your time is spent. You might discover that you spend way too much time on your phone. This is a way to look at the minimalism you need to put into place, and you should always be ready to employ different tactics.
Auditing this before you do anything else will give you a good feel for what you need to do in order to achieve this, and how minimalism changes you completely.
Chapter 4
How much time do you spend on your phone? Probably a lot more than you think you should.
We tell ourselves all the time to leave our devices at home, and to snot spend as much time on them, but here’s the thing: we oftentimes struggle with breaking the habit.
Phones, electronics, and the like are addicting. Social media is addicting, where we will get very hung-up on whether someone likes their post or not. We oftentimes spend so much time on the internet arguing with people that, if we ever wanted to change our lives for the better, we’d look at the minimalism of tis first and foremost.
It’s magical what you can do in order to change this, how just adjusting your life will change you. But minimalism is very hard to do, and there is a lot that you can do in order to embrace this.
The first thing to do, is to limit time on your phone.
I suggest trying to only be on your phone for maybe a couple hours max every single day. That’s a stretch, and it’s something that you should do.
You should look at the time you realistically spend on your phones. Chances are, it doesn’t need to be that way. Look at it in an honest sense, and try to cut out a few minutes each day.
Whenever you feel the urge to look at your phone, take a moment, stop, and think about what you’re doing. Our phones make us do that unconsciously, and oftentimes we don't’ even realize we’re doing this. Start to look at that, and become more aware of this as well.
When you are spending time on your phone, try to make it so that you’re doing useful things. Whether it be checking emails, or whatever, don’t just use your phone to use your phone.
If you’re getting work done, try to limit your time on social media. There are apps which block it, so consider sign those.
When it comes to minimalism, limiting social media presence is one of the best ways to help push this into your life. It can be hard, I get that, but if you know you’re doing it, you’ll be able to change your habits, since of course knowing is half the battle.
Chapter 5
Here are some tips to help you get the most about of minimalism, and different activities to help you get better feel for what to do.
Be honest
Honesty is the best policy, and with minimalism, it’s even more important. This can boil down to looking to see if you really need a jacket, an SUV, or whatever. Embracing it is hard, but being honest will help you understand. You can apply this to anything in your life. Even just asking yourself if you really need to spend time on Facebook will help you.
Start Small
Don’t ever try to start minimalism in some grandiose way. Starting slow is the best minimalism mindset. This is a good way to prevent burnout, and it will help you with changing too. If you start to change too much, chances are you’ll regret it. While being uncomfortable is a part of minimalism, there is a difference between that and taking on too much. Even just choosing one habit to put in, donating one bag to charity, or even starting with just one part of the room will help you immensely. This is like a new diet, except, it’s more of a lifestyle than anything else.
Clutter to Cash
If you’re struggling to implement minimalism, start to turn the clutter into cash. Many times, it’s very easy, and there are ways to sell a lot of stuff. Sometimes, selling all of that can equate to a student loan repayment. You can pay your student loans with all the extra stuff you have.
There are things that accumulate under the bed, on shelves, or whatever, and after years and years, they really aren’t providing value to your life. Many people go through this too, and whether it’s a one-time cleanse or something else, the clutter that’s turned into cash is incredibly helpful. Most don’t realize that you can fund financial goals with this type of lifestyle, so embrace minimalism, and do something about this.
It also gives you an incentive to do this. Money is a good way to push forward your agendas, so always consider this when you’re looking to better your life.
Even just decluttering one part of your home, and scanning the ISBNs of this will help you with this. Decluttr is a great thing to help with determining what you can use. This is a way to scan the different stuff that you have, and you don't’ need to worry about fees or options either.

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