This is episode 71 and today I’m here with Rachelle Crawford talking about messy minimalism.
Messy Minimalism: She defines Messy Minimalism and shares how she found her way into it.
Identity: We explain why we start with the who instead of the why.
Narratives: She walks us through what other assumptions she wrestled with as a result of her minimalist awakening.
Family: We cover how we can help our kids through a transition into minimalism.
Consumerism: She offers advice for how we can become more conscious consumers.
Decision Fatigue: We talk about decision fatigue and how we can reduce it.
Organization: We cover why another woven bin is not the answer to the overwhelm problem.
Perfection: We talk about how perfectionism keeps us stuck.
Decluttering: She shares some of her favorite decluttering tips. Slow: She speaks to what she learned about herself when she slowed down.
We answer the question, “If my desire for minimalism is in fact a manifestation of anxiety and a desire to control my environment. I wonder if accepting that my life is ‘messy’ right now might be the healthiest thing to do for my mental health, a sort of ‘letting go of control’,” from the Sage Family Village.
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