Minimalists subtract all but the essential from their wardrobe, living space possessions, and schedules so that they have time and room for the things in life that bring about the most joy.
Refrigerators are the biggest energy suckers outside of air-conditioning units. So if you want to go off the grid the biggest challenge will be to get rid of the fridge!
Ready to save money and help the environment? Get your brain and heart ready to change habits and you can save money while reducing pollution and resource consumption.
Here are some secrets of how to live on less by full-time RVing. Many retirees live well on limited incomes by living in an RV rather than a house. They have found many ways to cut costs and live on less. Read here to find out how they do it.
Attending a Major League Baseball game is pricey. Use these tips to save a boatload of money at the ballpark.
A fun way to get free clothing and other items. Give a swapping party anytime of the year. Invite friends, neighbors and family. Plan one for kids too. Follow this easy guide and you're on your way
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The benefits of "life editing" or simplifying your lifestyle may surprise you. Eliminating all but what you truly enjoy in life will leave you with clear space and free time for your priorities.
Minimalism is all about simplicity. It is about replacing quantity with quality and striving to make your life easier. Cutting down on possessions and changing lifestyles can be hard. Try harder.
Summer is a time when the kids are home and life slows down somewhat. When people used to go on vacation, many are opting for the less stressful, less expensive staycation instead.