If you’ve got too much stuff, too little time, too much e-mail, not enough focus or all of these, the following blogs can help; they’re packed with examples of how to unclutter and streamline your life, and usually feature stories about others who have done the same.
This couple focus on simplifying, happiness, life lessons,
avoiding TV, and making better use of other electronic devices. Asks
and answers the question, Does your schedule leave you time for the
things that bring you true happiness?
Low-key advice about simplification by an author who’s trying to
both simplify and improve as a writer. Covers improving
self-discipline, figuring out what’s important, and supporting your
Leo Babauta’s blog about life simplification and cutting out the
clutter is probably the leader in the life-simplification category.
Clearly organized and with thoughtful links to related articles and
This software consultant put down her PDA and now dispenses
daily tips on how to simplify. Theme days range from simplicity
Wednesdays and tip Fridays to open-loop Tuesdays (covering other items
she finds on the Web). Also covers clutter, efficiency, personal
development and simplification.
Mom helps you declutter your house, one room at a time. Focuses
on taking back the family room, kitchen, pantry and bathroom from all
your stuff, plus meal planning, multitasking and avoiding
Personal growth through focus, minimalism, working smarter, and
a hint of Zen philosophy. Topics include crisis-proofing your career,
how to enjoy the present, finding happiness and staying out of the trap
of loving stuff.