Tranquilosophy: Try Minimalism


Week 31 of 52 Weeks of Tranquility


Capsule dressing. Tiny houses. Monotasking. Simplicity. Mindfulness. Digital detoxes. AM and PM rituals. Evaluate commitments. Slow down. Declutter. Less screen time. Less noise. All possessions inventory. Downsize.

You may wonder, what do these possibly have in common?

They are minimalism tools!

During my early commuting days, I’d often have a big fat book on simplicity tucked into my tote. Oh the irony. From Simple Abundance to The Simple Living Guide—these books were 400-500+ pages!

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  1. Jo Kneale says:

    I consciously engage in ‘pretty’ minimalism; I can’t help liking stuff, but I try and make sure that everything fits in with William Morris’ advice; “Have nothing in your homes that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful”. I’ve been lucky enough to spend 3 days this week decorating my bedroom and taken it as a chance to declutter and get rid of the stuff that isn’t me anymore, but that I’ve never cleared for a couple of years.
    Thank you for the blog. I’m really glad I found it.

    • Kimberly Wilson says:

      Jo: Love this quote by William Morris. Absolutely perfect and what a great reminder. “Pretty” minimalism sounds right up my alley. Thank YOU for finding the blog! x

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