An ever increasing number of people are choosing to live with fewer possessions and as a result are experiencing a better quality of life. Read about the new minimalists, gather some ideas, and use what fits your context to be a better steward of all of God’s creation in 2015. Click the headline above to be redirected to the article published on the success.com website. If you’re interested in decluttering as a way to begin living with less, join Dawn Rundman’s Facebook Group The Month of 100 Things 2015 for encouragement and accountability to help you rid your household of 100 or more things during the month of January. (Photo: storebukkebruse, Creative Commons License. Thanks!)
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Melissa Balmain is a journalist, humorist, and editor whose work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, McSweeney's, and elsewhere. The author of Walking in on People, an award-winning poetry collection, she teaches writing at the University of Rochester. For more of her work, please visit www.melissabalmain.com. @MelissaBalmain See Melissa Balmain's website.