Living simply–focusing on what’s right for you, and letting go of the rest–is the best way I know to start walking toward your own purpose in life. The more you let go of things that don’t matter to you, the more space you have for what matters most.
It’s the getting started part that’s hard.
Sometimes having a plan helps. Try this one if you’re needing a path toward simplicity in your home and in your days.
The average home in the U.S. contains about three hundred thousand items. What on earth? What are we even doing with all that stuff?
And it’s not just about stuff. We pack our homes and our schedules way too full, but making changes can be overwhelming. What should you work on first? How do you decide what stays and what goes? Three hundred THOUSAND times?
If you love the idea of living with less but aren’t sure where to start, try these ten steps toward designing a simple life.