Category Archives: Minimalism

Introducing Hoarder Minimalist: the Decluttering Guide with a Conscience

Introducing Hoarder Minimalist: the Decluttering Guide with a Conscience

On my decluttering journey, I found two questions that nobody seemed to talk about. The first was “how”. There were plenty of resources on the “why”, and the benefits that a life with less could bring. More time, and more freedom. Less clutter, less stuff, less frustration and less stress. I knew that was what… Continue Reading

A Zero Waste Minimalist House Tour (Yes, Hoarders Can Change)

A Zero Waste Minimalist House Tour (Yes, Hoarders Can Change)

Last week I talked about how I’d successfully decluttered my wardrobe (after many attempts and years of trying). In my journey towards living with less waste, I’ve learned that owning stuff we don’t use, don’t like and don’t need is as much a waste as throwing it away. After all, it’s taking up space, time… Continue Reading

5 Excuses that Stopped me Decluttering (here’s what happened when I stopped listening to them)

5 Excuses that Stopped me Decluttering (here’s what happened when I stopped listening to them)

My ideal wardrobe looks something like this… …A small selection of clothes that I like, that fit me, and that I wear regularly. I can remember the last time I wore everything, and think of an occasion where I will wear each item again in the near future. …Everything fits in the space, it does… Continue Reading

Can Decluttering be the Opposite of Waste?

Can Decluttering be the Opposite of Waste?

For the longest time, I thought that decluttering and zero waste were opposites. Didn’t decluttering mean chucking decent stuff away, and zero waste mean throwing nothing away and hoarding it all? I couldn’t imagine that the two could work together, yet decluttering has been an important part of my zero waste journey. I’ve come to… Continue Reading