A twelve-week roadmap to help you rediscover the home you love underneath the stuff
A decade ago, there were four minimalists who inspired me to declutter my life—Colin Wright, Courtney Carver, Leo Babauta, and Joshua Becker—all of whom you saw in our Netflix documentary, Minimalism.
I was especially inspired by Joshua Becker—a husband and father with a job and a car and a house in the suburbs—because, unlike many minimalists, his approached to minimalism seemed practical, not radical. Frankly, he seemed the most “normal” of group.
I’ve followed Becker’s popular blog, Becoming Minimalist, ever since, and it has only gotten better over the years. Even as a long-time minimalist, I’m still inspired by his simple-living ruminations.
Today, Becoming Minimalist is launching Uncluttered, a twelve-week roadmap to help you rediscover the home you love underneath the stuff. This online course includes videos, interviews, webinars, articles, accountability, and community, strategically packaged for one purpose: to help you declutter your home, own less stuff, and find space to live the life you want. (Enrollment runs Jan 2–12).
Of course, as one of The Minimalists, I’ll be the first to tell you that you don’t need a special course or a book or a blog to simplify your life. But if you feel like you could use a little (or a lot of) help clearing the excess from your life, then I hope you find value in these twelve weeks of guided decluttering.
This articles was originally published on theminimalists.com