Big changes can feel overwhelming. This guide breaks things down to manageable steps as it underscores the life enhancements that can come with choosing to live with less. It reflects my own experience. I don't miss the things I've "shared" (a word my husband suggested as a substitute for "gotten rid of"). More than that, I can say I get more enjoyment from the things I've deliberately chosen to keep. I've come to think of weeding out excess possessions as "editing." Just as cutting unnecessary words makes a piece of writing sharper, clearing away what I don't need and/or really care about makes my life more focused.
For the full article, go to CustomMade, a thought-provoking resource that I mentioned in a previous post. Here's a preview of what you'll find there: