I have always been anal retentive about keeping my home clean. I blame it on my father who is a Navy dad and his need for perfection. Once I caught wind of the idea being a "minimalist"..i was hooked. I went through my house and did a clean sweep and removed a huge front porch full of stuff from our home...including our tv. I even do the 333 Project when it comes to my own wardrobe (check it out here http://www.theproject333.com/getting-started/) . It all sounds hard at first, but I never realized how much "stuff" added its own little weight to my shoulders.
Minimizing has saved us time, space and money. I can walk into Target, pick out three things I think I "need"....look at them...and put them down and walk out without spending a buck. It changes the entire way you think.
Just wondering if anyone here had found it to be as freeing as I have! In what ways has it made your life better? Harder?