Is Less Really More?
YES. Let me tell you why. Before we get into all the details, grab your coffee or a glass of wine and let's get into this ultra popular saying: "less is more".
As a Professional Organizer I have seen so many homes of all sizes, shapes, and filled with copious amounts of junk. I've embraced the values of minimalism and I feel free. Less mess, less stress, am I right? You’re most likely thinking minimalism sounds ideal, Kelsey, but how do I begin to become a minimalist? Do I have to own next-to-nothing to lead a minimalist lifestyle? Do I have to get rid of all of my stuff? No, that is not the case. By helping you achieve your goals I start with helping you identify what your values are - once that is decided, then a plan can be set in place to achieve the minimalist - less is more - mindset that you want. In my professional organizing service, I guide you and your home to an enhanced version of yourself. I encourage all your strengths while creating a beautiful space for you. I make the process easier and more efficient because I have an in-depth understanding of how to transform a space in a few hours or few days.
Living with less certainly has its benefits:
You deserve better.
Free yourself from over-consumption.
Free yourself from the attachment to material possessions.
Free yourself from the time wasted from tidying up junk.
Free yourself from a home you do not want to live in.
I cannot take away all of your stress, but I can start with the mess – I can give you the foundation to thrive and set the tone for the other areas of your life.
Fun Fact: "Less is more" is a phrase from the Robert Browning poem "Andrea del Sarto", also called "The Faultless Painter", published in 1855. Less is more (architecture), a phrase adopted in 1947 by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe as a precept for Minimalist design and architecture
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