Entries tagged with “Clutter”
Here are four ways to practice releasing attachment to material belongings.
Feng shui consultant and author of Clutter Intervention, Tisha Morris offers insight into why we hold on to so much stuff.
Our relationship with clothing is complex and can spill over into the closet. Time for a reckoning.
Just as in our bodies, our homes can exhibit symptoms of stuck chi, leading us to feel lethargic, indecisive, and unmotivated.
Reflecting on what we own can help us shop less.
The More of LessFinding the Life You Want Under Everything You OwnBy Joshua BeckerWaterBrook PressUnder that heap of mail there’s a kitchen counter. Buried behind the shovels …
Take a compassionate look at your clutter to accept the problem, understand what’s really valuable, and clear the way for a more peaceful home—and heart.
Coming to terms with our cluttered spaces could be one way for us to heal.
Your outer circumstances are a reflection on how you feel about the world.
"I have been asking myself what it takes to be present and fully absorbed in the life we are leading. It is not an easy question."
According to science, avoiding unhealthy snacking can actually be as easy as decluttering your kitchen.
Sacred spaces are reflections of us, our needs, our souls