There is often a bit of a misunderstanding about what ‘minimalism’ means. Some people equate minimalism with stark, bare, white, modern, old and worn, basic, lack. .
The truth is it can mean all of these things or none of them at all... .
Minimalism is entirely individual. A loose definition is ‘the removal of anything we don’t need or value, and the promotion of the things we do.’
On a deeper level, it means examining why we are attached to certain possessions and re-examining whether the attachment serves us ( and the environment) or not. Whether it hinders, burdens or damages us. .
It means being intentional about the objects in our home environment and it means shifting to an outlook that places less value on things and more on people, ideas, experiences and the natural world.
A professional organiser, helps people to re-examine their relationship with their ‘stuff’. We help you decide what stuff you love and need, and help you release your attachment to the rest. We help you to create living and working spaces that serve your needs and aspirations; that nurtures and supports you and your family.
Minimalism is different for everyone because what nurtures and supports one person, is not the same for another.
What could streamlining your environment with your needs and values do for your mindset, your productivity and for your happiness?
For more information on how I can help to clear the clutter and gain clarity, PM me to book a free 30 minute consultation.