3 Easy Habits for Simple Minimalist Living

Getting started with minimalism can often be a bit overwhelming. If you’re not in a great space for a massive declutter right now, these 3 simple habits or tips will likely be more helpful for you.

I’ve been doing these 3 basic things pretty much every day for years, and it’s really helped me feel better and stay organised in my life.

  1. Make your bed every morning. Not only does it make your space look neat and tidy, studies also shows that completing a task (even a simple one like making your bed) first thing in the day can have positive side effects and help you with better flow for the rest of your day. I find this one is especially important if you spend a lot of time working or studying in your space. Clutter in our outside world / home space can sometimes cause un-necessary stress as well.
  2. Re-set and tidy up your living space before you go to bed. It only takes a few minutes, but it’s well worth it. I love waking up to a clean slate and not have to start the day cleaning up from the day before. If you are feeling sleepy and not very motivated, just set a 2-5 min timer in the evening and tidy up as much as you can in that short window. Your future you will thank you! 🙂
  3. Tidy up the kitchen. For the same reason as above really. I personally am not a fan of doing dishes in the morning, so I’d rather quickly do them at night and have them out of the way. I know my morning routine is better spent moving my body or setting intentions for the day, rather than having to clean and do dishes.

What are some of your favourite habits that have helped you with flow and energy in your life?

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