4 Unique Decluttering Resources
Last week, I watched a documentary on Netflix called Less is Now. It’s the second film (the first is simply titled Minimalism) by two guys, Ryan and Josh, collectively known as The Minimalists. I really like the perspectives they share on owning less and the mindset makeovers they inspire.
I figured if I liked it, there’s a good chance you would, too. So this week, I thought I’d share these unique decluttering resources with you.
Less is Now. In a film that is less than one hour, The Minimalists tackle issues such as consumerism, hoarding, capitalism, and more. If you could use some extra inspiration to downsize, check it out. Even the documentary is a minimal length!
Untamed by Glennon Doyle. I’m reading this gem of a book for a second time because it is chock full of empowering lessons and reminders. Boundaries FTW! I highly recommend it. In fact, I’ve purchased several for clients and friends.
- The Mistake Smart People Make: Being In Motion vs. Taking Action. Excerpt from Atomic Habits by James Clear. I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve read this short post and how many times I’ve sent it to others. Clear makes a powerful distinction between motion and action and in just 900 words, he rocked my world. Decrease your calendar clutter by taking action instead of just being in motion.
Seeing my feature article in Yoga Magazine! It was an honor to be invited to share my thoughts on how to make 2021 the best year yet by clearing emotional and physical clutter. I’m really proud of this piece, and they did a beautiful job designing the layout. I hope you find the tips helpful!
What are you watching or reading this week? Let me know in the comments below.
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