Researcher by day and a quirky creative by night
We all buy things from time to time that we don't really need. Today's average household has never had so many material goods. We buy things because we think they will make us happy, however when you have run out of cash to pay the bills, those gorgeous new high heels or that exciting new PlayStation game isn't going to be of much comfort.
Consulta Project Director, Lauren Kee
explains in her latest blog post how a study done by San Francisco State University found that;
"It is in fact experiences that lead to happiness rather than material things".
In her blog post, Lauren shares her top 5 tips for living minimally, they are:
1. Only time will tell
2. Buy less, save more
3. Make decluttering a regular task
4. Reuse, recycle, re-imagine
5. Take control of your life
To read the full post "5 Guidelines for Living Minimally" click here
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