Breath in, “Let.” Breath out, “Go.”
It doesn’t matter how many times I write a decluttering story, I always get ample responses and lots of appreciation. It’s not because what I’ve said is so brilliant (but who am I to judge), I think it’s really that people like being reminded that there’s a simpler way to live and it’s just within reach.
It doesn’t matter that they may falter or change course or abandon minimalization in a blaze of consumerism. It’s the fresh, clean breath it allows and the space to see past the clutter they’ve accumulated.
Read the full story here: How to Clear Your Clutter by Clearing Your Mind.