About Simple Living Toolkit
The Simple Living Toolkit's purpose is to help you simplify your life for more joy. Decluttering your home and life helps create space for the things that really matter, the things that bring us happiness and meaning - like relationships and the pursuits that fulfill us. The Simple Living Toolkit includes a free email series that starts with the 3-Day Decluttering Challenge, and follows up with emails containing suggestions for continuing your minimalist lifestyle. You can also find other free tools and resources for simple living here on the site.
My name is Genevieve Parker Hill, and I created the Simple Living Toolkit as a way to offer people the tools they need to declutter for a happier life. I'm the author of Minimalist Living: Decluttering for Joy, Health, and Creativity. The book was partly inspired by the experience of my family's home burning down and the fresh start that came with it.
My style of minimalism is all about adding joy and meaning to life. I know that life can get a little messy when it's real and you have relationships, family, and adventures. The point of minimalism isn't to have a perfect house with designer furniture and neatly folded underwear (although I have nothing against neatly folded underwear). The point is to keep the focus on the things that really matter, the things we'll be proud of as we look back on our lives years hence.
To learn more about how you can work with me, click Books & Courses, or sign up below for my free email series that includes the 3-Day Decluttering Challenge.
More About Minimalism or Simple Living
The way we do minimalism around here is about traveling light so we can enjoy the people and experiences life has to offer. We don't vilify shopping or enjoying material possessions, we simply know that nothing we buy can make us happy. We surround ourselves with only what we truly enjoy. We have what we need, and we enjoy what we have, and it is enough. We realize it's fun to keep things pared down so we spend less time cleaning, organizing, and maintaining and more time enjoying our passions. Funny thing is, keeping things simple and keeping priorities clear can allow us to get a little messy and take healthy risks in the areas of life that really matter. As a bonus, we find the simple life saves us money and generally helps us feel less stressed and more healthy, creative, and free.
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To get in touch with me, send an email to Genevievewrites@gmail.com.