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Join me for this enlightening conversation with Cary Fortin, co-founder of New Minimalism, public speaker, and published author.
Cary's company, New Minimalism, is a decluttering and design firm. She specializes in the psychology behind decision-making and attachments, as well as connecting with new organizations who can benefit from clients' donations. She currently resides in Boise, Idaho with her partner, rescue dog, and two small children.
Cary addresses not only the physical act of removing clutter and creating a beautiful space for yourself, but how to be gentle with yourself through the untangling of emotional attachments as it pertains to our stuff!
She is an advocate that choosing a minimalist lifestyle does not mean you need to live in a van or out of a backpack, but that you can create a beautiful home that reflects who you are as a person. She tunes me into the idea that choosing the life you want and what matters most is directly reflected within the environment that we create.
In a time of uncertainty, and in a period where many of us are spending more time than ever in our homes, this episode serves as a beacon of heartfelt strategy to create a space that you want to spend time in.
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