Do you really need that old baseball glove covered in cobwebs lying in the garage, the ancient, moldy retainer you haven’t worn in 2 years, or the “dinosaur” iPhone 5 you have lying around just in case? Do you have too much “stuff” in your life? If so, I think it’s time to simplify your life.
Let’s face it… it’s wayyyy too easy to accumulate extra gadgets, clothes, and other random junk we don’t really use.
Being a digital nomad, we’re constantly on the go and don’t have room for unnecessary items. Likewise, even for you “not-yet-nomads”, wouldn’t you just breathe easier surrounded by less clutter?
There’s a rare calming feeling I experience when I walk into an empty room (and don’t have my iPhone on me)…like I can finally breathe. It also gives me space to think.
Declutter your life and create more room with minimalism.
In my 3 minute video (keeping it minimal!) I share 3 simple rules to rid yourself of stuff you don’t need and simplify your life. It worked well for me. Also, you don’t have to travel Europe in a day-size backpack (yeah I’m crazy!). But, no matter what your situation… less mess always equals less stress 🙂
3 Rules include:
- The 20/20 Rule
- The 90/90 Rule
- The 1 in 1 out Rule
Wondering what these rules are, and how they can simply and effectively declutter your life? I explain in 3 minutes 🙂
Now get out there and start simplifying!
PS – These rules and the concept of minimalism are taken from “The Minimalists” – two dudes with a burning desire to declutter the world. They have an awesome free podcast & documentary I link to in my video.
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He currently works remotely as a consultant for a SaaS company while pursuing his passion for delivering value to Remote workers through Remote Much.
He's also a developer who focuses on Front End technologies, specifically React.
He's got a variety of interests but strengths in technology, customer service, email marketing, email deliverability, marketing automation, digital marketing, and business operations.