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Excuses we Make and Resources to Minimize Them

We all do it.  We make up excuses for not doing what we need to do or should do or would like to do maybe if we had more energy.  Right?  You tell yourself that you cannot donate that old, purple sweater that was a gift from your great aunt because you “might need it someday” or because “it’s sentimental.”  You don’t like it; it fits funny, but you hang on to it.  You know that you’d like to declutter, purge, donate stuff, and organize what’s left, but you’re just not motivated and you have all of these reasons in your head as to why you should keep your stuff.  And then each time you move, your moving truck gets bigger and bigger.

In this post, I’d like to share some of my favorite websites, books, and other resources for decluttering, minimizing, and living a life with less so that you can focus on what you love and what makes you truly happy and in turn giving you MORE out of life.


  • Marie Kondo, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up
  • Joshua Becker, The More of Less: Finding the Life You Want Under Everything You Own
  • Gretchen Rubin, The Happiness Project


Documentaries and Videos

Many of the above mentioned amazing people are also on social media.  Look them up and follow them!
Thank you!  And happy decluttering and minimizing! 🙂

Cheryl Russo

March 2017

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