Minimalistic Lifestyle: 10 Easy Steps to Becoming a MinimalistUltimate Guide to Home and Digital Decluttering and Organizing for the Minimalist Mom & More! Imagine a manageable housekeeping routine that is stress-free. Imagine coming home after a long day at work to a neat, orderly, and clear home. Sounds impossible? Then maybe it’s time to organize and declutter the minimalist way. If clutter can talk, they would be annoying and nagging bosses that would always tell you to pick me up, clean me up, organize me, or store me. Now is to time! Start having more control over your stuff and not the other way around. Be the boss and don’t let the clutter boss you around. Easier Cleaning. The greatest benefit of having less clutter in our home, I must say, is that cleaning has become so much easier. Before I started the decluttering project, it was always so daunting to dust the shelves, especially the top, because I had to go through a lot of knick-knacks. There are arrays of loose magazines, and stacks of everything else in one corner that I never had the chance to tuck away.When I successfully finished reorganizing the house, it took so much less time to put all the clutter away and clean since there are fewer things in the way. Less Stress. With fewer clutter, the house now seemed to become homier, more calm, relaxing, neat, clean, and spacious. You will also find this true once you start decluttering your own home. Try it with a simple experiment with two countertops. Reorganize, declutter, and remove unnecessary items in one, and leave the other one as it is. Take a look at both counters. I am certain that the clear countertop will have a calming effect whist the cluttered one will certainly give you feeling of anxiety and distraction. Now, amplify your response through your house. A decluttered home with fewer things is blissfully less stressful and less of an eye sore of mess. Visually Appealing. Instead of making my home looking calm and elegant, I have now realized that having all those unnecessary décor only made the house looked cluttered. When I kept only a few pretty artworks, nice decorations, some proud family photos, the home became truly elegant and appealing. Plus, removing the crowded knick-knacks, excess furniture, and anything unnecessary in the house, everything looked more inviting. Find Things Easier. Aside from easier cleaning, I have discovered that less clutter it has made me less frustrated. When I am in a hurry, I used to have that panic feel, like a bomb will be exploding anytime just trying to find something. When I decluttered, I no longer have to run back and fro, searching in vain. I no longer have to rummage through a mountain of odd and ends just to find an item that I am desperately in need. There are many more benefits to Becoming a Minimalist. This Minimalist Book will show you how to accomplish all of these things and more. Declutter fast! The Minimalist Lifestyle is not just for Tiny Home Living anymore!