Keeping hope,decluttering sentimental objects, and letting go of pain.
How to deal with those hard-to-declutter things in your life.
When I was at school, I hated PE. Not only did I dislike the physical exertion, I hated being outside in the cold. Inevitably, PE almost always ended up a session of me defending myself from bullies in some way, or my poor skills because I never understood the rules Continue Reading
This is a guest post by Cherie at Couchbasedbiz Working from home with children who are participating in distance learning can be a challenge, but it’s not impossible. A bit of proactive organization, the right tools, and quality time together to unwind can go a long way. Get organized Get Continue Reading
The other day I decided once and for all I was going to stop pracrastinating over what to do with my extremely heavy box of journals. I brought them down from the attic and have been going through them in baby steps – years and years of entries. I had Continue Reading
When you live an unconventional lifestyle, such as minimalism, the journey can be a lonely one, particularly if nobody around you understands. This goes for anything, whether it’s quitting your job to run your own business, quitting alcohol, getting up at 5am every morning to write, or spending hours sketching Continue Reading
Hi all! Welcome to my new site, Green Clover Minimalism. For those who are new here, I ran a minimalism blog at minimalistmojo.blog, but I’ve gone for a fresh new look and plan to deliver new quality content. In the future, I hope to include downloadable workbooks to help you Continue Reading
Hi all! I just set up a new website with a brand new look and name. It’s called Green Clover Minimalism. There, you should be able to see all my old posts from this site as well as new ones as I post them. If you’re subscribed to me and Continue Reading
It’s the second year of writing on this blog, and over that time I’ve grown massively while my pile of belongings have shrunk and shrunk. I’ve written a lot about minimalism and the process of decluttering, but since then I’ve changed even more. My mindset has changed, what I want Continue Reading
I’ve been a writer for as long as I can remember. When I was a child, my parents bought me a typewriter with those tall keys you have to really press down on to make the letter print on the paper. Later, they bought me an electronic one where you Continue Reading