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8 Easy Steps to Redecorate Your Home for a More Relaxing Space

This is a guest post by Natalie Jones from Homeownerbliss. It may seem daunting, but there are many simple ways to transform your rented apartment or home into the relaxing space you need without breaking the bank or spending too much time on it. Below are eight easy steps to Continue Reading

Minimalism: The Ultimate Life Reset

Photo by KAL VISUALS on Unsplash We all want to live bigger, better lives. We want to be bigger, better people. The envy of our neighbours, friends, and co-workers, and the influencers of our social media feeds. More than anything, we want to feel happy and satisfied.  So what do we do? We Continue Reading

How Minimalism Helped With My Disability

If you looked at me, you wouldn’t see anything wrong. No wheelchairs, no walking sticks, no tubes; nothing to suggest I may struggle with a disability.  But the truth is, I am disabled.  I have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (also known as ME)  which causes unrelenting fatigue, cognitive issues, and sometimes Continue Reading

How to Make Your Home Fresh and Lively

Guest post from parentingdiasters.com. In the midst of the pandemic, most people have spent more time at home than ever before, and this can lead to extra wear and tear on living spaces. You might be ready to freshen up your home a bit so it will be a healthier Continue Reading

Simple Home Staging Ideas for Your Home Sale

Guest post by Cherie of Couchbasedbiz. Check out the site for further tips, tricks and guides to running a business from home and staying organised When you’re trying to sell your home, you want two things to happen: You want to sell quickly, and you want to get your asking price Continue Reading

The Truth About Our Treasures

Photo by Erriko Boccia on Unsplash The less I’ve lived with over the past few years, the more I’ve realised I can live without. I never needed all those gaming figurines to prove I enjoyed videogames. I never needed a huge collection of memorabilia and mugs. I didn’t need shelves and shelves of Continue Reading

My Uniform Experiment – How a Simple Wardrobe Can De-stress Your Day

Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash For the past few months, I’ve been doing something which the old me would have had a panic attack over: wearing the same outfit 90% of the time. For months.  And nobody has noticed. At least, nobody has said anything.  This outfit consists of a pink Continue Reading

Life Decisions

Photo by Burst on Unsplash Sundays are my lay-in day. My husband gets up with the kids and usually, I sleep in with a cheeky cup of tea. But this morning, I’ve been unable to sleep, so I got up and opened my blinds, letting in the crisp early-morning sun, then I began Continue Reading

Passing on Your Light

Photo by Aamir Suhail on Unsplash I used to hold onto everything. Toys from my childhood, things that brought back painful memories, things I thought gave me an identity, and even people who took away my dignity and self-respect. Then there were the people who had passed. So devastated I was that I Continue Reading

3 Roadblocks to Starting Decluttering, 3 Ways to Smash Through Them

Photo by Arnel Hasanovic on Unsplash I want to talk about 3 of the most common barriers to decluttering, because while many of us imagine a less stressful wardrobe and not tripping over toys and shoes, getting started is half the battle.  So many times I’ve heard people say;  “I just don’t have Continue Reading