I don't know how about you, but every January I feel like my house needs good clean up. Not literaly good scrub even though that wouldn't hurt also, but my point is that I would love to start a new year with more space so my thoughts can flow freely and I am not suffocating from being buried in stuff everywhere.
Two months ago, I started listening an interesting podcast called The Minimalists, focused suprisingly on minimalism as a lifestyle and not design of your instargram account. The two authors, Joshua and Ryan are talking about how much minimalism improved their life by simplyfying it and their surroundings to make space for new experiences and their life.
They often talk about something called "30-day game" which is a method of cleaning up your house from uselessness. The point is to get rid of stuf you don't need every day. First, you'll throw away one, second two, third three, etc.. It's a great method how to clean up your house even thought it's little extreme. I cannot see myself throwing away 31 stuff by the end of the month. So I am doing my own version and that is - every single day I will throw away one thing. Of course, when it comes to papers or boxes, I won't be saving one for each day, so I am thinking of a complete.
I know it's already past the 1st, but to me it is important that I started no matter when. But I would like to share with you every time I throw something away so don't forget to follow my Instagram, because I will be featuring things to go everyday in Instagram Stories. If you would like them, write me a message and it's yours. But by the end of the day, it's either in a bag for someone or trash.
And one last thing. Who's in this challenge with me?