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When less can be so much more
Note: Decluttering, home/office organization, minimalism—these are among the overlapping terms describing efforts to simplify and bring order to homes and workplaces. Below are excerpts from a book, Everything That Remains—adapted by the authors for an online magazine article—by two self-described minimalists.
by Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus
Pondering each artifact in my apartment, I’d ask simple questions like, Does this thing add value to my life? I learned that once you gain momentum, once you feel the benefits of removing the clutter from your life, embracing minimalism gets easier by the day. The more you do it, the freer and happier and lighter you feel….
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