Support on minimalist living

Minimalist Living Support

This website serves to help you simplify your life, reduce clutter, and focus on what’s truly important. Whether you’re new to minimalism or looking to deepen your practice, you’ll find resources, tips, and guidance to support your journey towards a more intentional and less cluttered lifestyle.

What is Minimalist Living?

Minimalist living is about more than just getting rid of stuff. It’s a philosophy that encourages you to question what you need to live a happy, fulfilled life. By focusing on the essentials and eliminating excess, you can find more freedom, save money, and reduce stress.

Getting Started with Minimalism

  1. Understand Your Why: Reflect on why you want to adopt a minimalist lifestyle. Is it to save money, reduce stress, or have more time for your passions?

  2. Declutter: Start by decluttering your home. Go room by room and ask yourself if each item is something you use, need, or brings you joy.

  3. Set Limits: Create limits for yourself to prevent unnecessary purchases. This could be a shopping ban for a certain period or a rule like ‘one in, one out’.

  4. Simplify Your Wardrobe: Try a capsule wardrobe, which is a small collection of versatile clothing that you love to wear.

  5. Digitize: Reduce physical clutter by digitizing documents, photos, and other paper items.

  6. Mindful Consumption: Before buying something new, consider if it’s something you truly need and if it aligns with your minimalist values.


Q: How do I deal with the emotional attachment to things?

A: Start small and give yourself time to detach emotionally. Share, donate, or sell items so they can be useful to someone else. Remember the memories are not in the items themselves, but in your experiences and stories.

Q: Can I still live minimally if I have a family? A: Absolutely! Minimalism with a family might look different, but it’s about finding what works for you. Involve your family in the process and make it a team effort.

Q: How do I handle gifts and holidays as a minimalist? A: Communicate your preferences to friends and family. Suggest experiences or consumables as gifts instead of physical items. Focus on the spirit of the holiday rather than material aspects.


If you have any questions or need personalized support, please don’t hesitate to reach out.