Posts tagged minimal
That money we spend in an effort to save (+5 things to do right now to declutter + stop spending it)

I’ll go ahead and admit it: I’m cheap—I hold on to my pennies tightly, weigh the pros and cons carefully before I regretfully turn over my wallet.

A lot of us money-concise folks have another tendency: to want to hold on to all the things we’ve already bought. We want to hold on to all the things, so if we happen to need them in the future we won’t have to go spend money on it.

But in this cost-saving efforts, you’re carelessly spending every day to store all the things you already own.

Click through to read the article + get your 5 steps to start downsizing right now >>>

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More isn't more

I spent the past couple days chasing waterfalls in upstate New York (I'll take more of that in my life). Three waterfalls to be exact—small, medium, and large in size. And what do these waterfalls have to do with personal style? They reminded me that bigger isn’t better, louder isn’t more impactful, and more doesn’t always equal more.

Spoiler if you haven’t already figured it out; the biggest waterfall was not the most captivating. Instead it was the little guy, dwarfed by the bigger waterfalls that was the most beautiful and the most worth the journey.

Just like the biggest wardrobe doesn’t mean the best style.

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