12 Gentle Questions to Help You Simplify Your Stuff

After eight years of minimalism, I still use these often.

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When I first began simplifying, it was mainly out of frustration. I read minimalist blogs and realized I could create a happier relationship with my things. I could be more intentional about what I owned and only keep things that align with my well-being and desires.




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