You all know the struggles of being overworked and exhausted at the end of the day and you just can’t wait to go home and get some rest. What’s even worse than a nine to five shift is coming back home to tons of tiny chores which take up your free time and instantly kill the positive vibes. What if we told you there’s a way you can get rid of most of those chores and enjoy a relaxing atmosphere in your home and save money at the same time? Sounds amazing, we know.

If you relate to this situation than minimalism is a term you should get close with. You might already be familiar with the basics of minimalism but here are the core tips that will change your life for the better in just a few easy steps!

Minimalism is a concept of living with less which has been proven to have a positive outcome in many aspects of life. First and foremost, living with less as in cleaning the clutter out of  your house and actually living with less items. By getting rid of all the things you don’t really need, you will open up a lot of space in your house which is essential for positive energy. At the same time you will cut down the number of chores because you wont need to tidy up every now and then. The key is to clean out everything that you don’t absolutely require in your home. Cleaning the unnecessary clutter out of your home and seeing all the empty surfaces will make your head feel relieved as well.

The next step towards implementing minimalism as your lifestyle is to include it in your interior design. Minimalism as in design is closely related to Scandinavian interior design which is all about space and light. The more space you have in a room the more light will get in. That is why Scandinavian designers recommend getting rid of all unnecessary furniture and leaving only essentials. Curtains are not their thing so you better take them off and let the light get into the room. The colors chosen most often in Scandinavian design or minimalist style are black and white. The less diversity in color, the more it looks like a true minimalist style apartment. This style highly encourages see-through furniture as well as no carpets.

Now that you got the clutter out the way and made your home look as Scandinavian as possible, we’ve come to the third step which is creating the habit of living as a minimalist. This is exceptionally difficult for shopaholics because the key is to focus on purchasing only essentials and not random things that you are just going to store somewhere. Once you get used to this way of living you will notice how much your mindset changes as well as the vibe inside the house. You will definitely feel more relaxed and prepared for new successes once you star enjoying the features of the minimalism style!