Top 7 Easy Tips On Making More With Less

Making More With Less

Throwing out all your stuff and stopping doing the things you love isn’t the secret to becoming a minimalist.

It’s not all about less, neither is it about finding time for more with less.
Rather, being minimal is about making the most out of what you already have.
It’s about finding enjoyment in simple things, so that you can stop chasing rainbows.
This is the secret to minimalism, and actually, it’s the secret to happiness!

Make a List of All the Things You Have Yet to Do
Why are you thinking of buying a new book or game when you haven’t finished everything on your shelf?
And just how many other fun activities could you be enjoying using the things you already have?
Make a list and keep this in mind!

Try More Free Activities
Yes, you could pine after that posh holiday or another expensive meal.
Or you could cook for your partner and have a romantic evening in, visit a museum, go for a walk or try learning another language.

Try a Gratitude Attitude

A gratitude attitude means learning to appreciate what you already have.

Try writing down five things you are grateful for every night before bed!

Try Cooking With Less
One area that many of us spend a lot of money on and can be very wasteful is food.
It is quite easy to find the time for more with less, especially when it comes to cooking.
Try cooking with fewer ingredients and see just how delicious simple food can be!
making more with less

Create Your Style
Don’t splash your cash on expensive fashion items!
Instead, try creating your own style that doesn’t depend on expense. You’ll have a unique look and will save money at the same time!

Reduce Your Clutter
If you have lots of ornaments, then you’ll find they’re fighting for attention.
The result is that no single item on your shelf looks as good as it could because it’s being drowned out by all the others.
Take away 60% of your ornaments, and you’ll find that what is left looks much more beautiful!

Look Into Minimalist Design
Look into minimalist design and try to learn some of the basic tenants.
The idea is to make things functional – that form and function are one and the same.
When you stop trying to create ‘artificial’ decoration, you’ll find that the simple straight lines that need to be there actually look quite stunning in their own right.
Learn these principles and apply them to your life to start enjoying less, more!

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