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Trending on the Organized Home: Secrets to a Well-Lived Minimalist Life

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Trending on the Organized Home: Secrets to a Well-Lived Minimalist Life

December 30, 2018

This week, our companion site The Organized Home revisited its most-read posts of 2018—including a story on a family of four living (and thriving) in 600 square feet; smart advice from Marie Kondo; and a how-to on overhauling your pantry.

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Above: If you don’t want moths or flour beetles (bookmark Annie’s horrifying personal experience with the pests here), read The Organized Pantry: 8 Rules for Decanting Dried Goods. Photograph by Matthew Williams; styling by Alexa Hotz for Remodelista: The Organized Home.
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Above: “Keeping mementos of things that you would otherwise forget can keep you from moving onto the future,” says Marie Kondo. For more of her wisdom, see Think Like Marie Kondo: 9 Tips from the World’s Top Storage Fanatic.
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Above: The tidy, spare entryway in small-space blogger Alison Mazurek’s Vancouver apartment. See how her family of four manages to live with less in 7 Things You Can Live Without in a Small Apartment, from Someone Who’s Been There. Photograph courtesy of Alison Mazurek.

More of this week’s posts on The Organized Home:

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