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7 Tiny Steps for the Beginner Minimalist - Be More with Less

Tiny steps for the beginner minimalist

  • Make a list of all the reasons you want to live more simply.
  • Walk through your home with a box and fill it with duplicates. Fill the box & put it out of sight for 30 days.
  • Declare a clutter-free zone and use it as inspiration to live with less. If you enjoy it, expand the zone a little bit each day.
  • Travel lightly. The next time you take a trip, pack for 1/2 the time. 
  • Dress with Less.
  • Save $1000. An emergency fund simplifies everything. Money for emergencies reduces stress and emergencies.

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Tiny steps for the beginner minimalist

  • Make a list of all the reasons you want to live more simply.
  • Walk through your home with a box and fill it with duplicates. Fill the box & put it out of sight for 30 days.
  • Declare a clutter-free zone and use it as inspiration to live with less. If you enjoy it, expand the zone a little bit each day.
  • Travel lightly. The next time you take a trip, pack for 1/2 the time. 
  • Dress with Less.
  • Save $1000. An emergency fund simplifies everything. Money for emergencies reduces stress and emergencies.

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