We all know by now why minimalism is good for us. Living that organized, clutter-free lifestyle is alluring to many of us nowadays, and for a myriad of reasons: to free up physical space, to re-discover hidden gems, to curate that pinteresting aesthetic for your living room, and oh, to also save some money. What’s not to like, right?
However, minimalism is more than just a nicely organized drawer and buying less stuff. This year, I took a more mental health approach to minimalism. While I do reap the joy and sense of accomplishment from decluttering and keeping my space tidy, I consider that as more as a momentary ‘high.’Read More