Minimalism

• Always Sleep Well
• Automate Recurring Transactions
• Avoid Attachments
• Avoid Excess
• Avoid Temptations
• Avoid Unhealthy Habits
• Bank Online
• Be Content With What You Have
• Beware of Distractions
• Block Phone Calls
• Buy Only Multi-Functional Furniture
• Buy Same Socks Sets
• Cancel Magazine Subscriptions
• Change Your Routine
• Chasing Trends Is a Waste of Money
• Check And Answer Email During Defined Periods
• Choose Versatile Clothing
• Complain Less
• Consolidate Items In Designated Containers
• Consolidate Your Tasks
• Create Simple Action Plan
• Cultivate Better Habits
• Deactivate All Social Media Accounts
• Declutter Your To Do List
• Devise a Cleaning Routine
• Digitize Your Paperwork
• Ditch The TV
• Do Laundry In Large Batches
• Do One Task at a Time
• Do What Can Be Done In 2 Minutes Right Away
• Don’t Let Work Pile Up
• Don’t Make Promises
• Don’t Shop Unless You Need Something
• Drink Less Caffeine
• Eat Healthy Food
• Embrace The Concept Of Enough
• Find The Most Efficient Way To Do Things
• Fix Little Problems Before They Become Big Ones
• Forget About Perfection
• Get a Second Computer without Internet
• Get Rid of Excessive Decor
• Get Rid of Excessive Furniture
• Get Rid of Junk Mail
• Get Rid of One Item Every Day
• Get Up Early
• Give Away Old Clothes In Your Closet
• Go Car Free
• Gossip Less
• Have A Place For Everything
• If You Dont Need Something, Dont Buy It
• Learn To Clean As You Go
• Limit The Number of Blogs You Read
• Lower Your Expectations Of Others
• Organize Your Digital Files
• Organize Your Inbox
• Pay Bills Online
• Pay Off Your Credit Cards
• Plan Your Meals In Advance
• Purge Unnecessary Gadgets
• Put Items Away Immediately After Use
• Reevaluate Commitments
• Remove All Apps From Your Phone
• Remove Unnecessary Friends
• Return Texts And Emails In Timely Fashion
• Sell All Unwanted Stuff
• Shift To A Smaller House
• Spend Less
• Stay Out Of Debt
• Stop Drinking Alcohol or Smoking
• Stop Eating While Standing In Front Of Fridge
• Stop Thinking Too Much
• Use Financial Resources Wisely

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