I'm not talking about having only two pairs of pants, a toothbrush and a lamp. It doesn’t just mean having less stuff. It's about having the right stuff.
Living better with less is thinking about what’s important to you and making conscious decisions about what you take into your life. It’s not buying something because it was a great ‘bargain’ if you're never going to use it. It’s not buying something because it’s new and improved when what you had worked perfectly well.
It's a way of life; less searching for things. Less buying things twice and three times because you can’t find the one you have. It's removing the things in your life you don't love and use to make room for the things you do. It's less time cleaning and 'organizing' and more time doing what you actually enjoy doing…. which is what by the way?