The minimalists way of life seems liberating to some, and to others completely crazy and unrealistic. If you have ever sought simple ways in which you can start to declutter your physical space to create a minimalist lifestyle then this video is for you. Minimalism allows for greater mindfulness and intentional living because you have give yourself less choices, less reasons to get distracted. Contrary to what you may think, being a minimalist doesn’t mean you are without. In fact, a minimalist life makes room for an abundance of things that have more meaning like relationships and experiences. Having lots of material things is habit-forming just like not having lots of material things. If you feel dragged down by the clutter, bring these few new habits into your life for a more peaceful, centered existence.
Posted by By Risa Morimoto April 5, 2020
Last updated on February 26, 2021
Risa is a certified integrative nutrition health coach and Founder/CEO of Modern Aging. She is also a documentary filmmaker and TV producer/director. Her mother had a massive stroke in 2001 and then was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2009. Her father was diagnosed with dementia in 2016. These experiences are the inspiration for Modern Aging, a place where we can discover innovative and holistic ways to approach our health and well-being as we age.
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