“Everything That Remains” by Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus.
This is the website of the authors of the above book. It is full of great information, and is a good starting place to look for helpful ideas. They explain the idea of minimalism really well, and I love that they are always stressing that it means something different for everyone, and that is okay! There are ideas about simplifying the stuff in your life, as well about simplifying relationship, obligations, and other things that we fill our days with. It looks at how everything we do and feel effects everything in our lives. They also cover minimizing when you have a family. I really suggest you check it out.
Not to be confused with The Minimalist. Joshua Becker is another well-known minimalist with a great website, and some great books. His story and journey is great because he has a family, so he can share his first hand experience with us about reducing belongings when others are involved.
“Lost Connections” by Johann Hari.
Yep, I find Pinterest a great resource of ideas that help me not only come up with organizing solutions, but with inspiring me with new approaches to achieving the goal I want, or even defining that goal. For example, looking at capsule wardrobes, reading about them helped me understand better what I wanted from my own wardrobe. By making a board of clothes I like, I found my style and was able to create a capsule wardrobe of my own that I love!
Not the old show, but the new one. The Fab 5 cover how our physical appearance and surroundings effect our mental and emotional health – and visa versa. They aim to bring out the true self of the person they are working with in such an understanding way. The show is full of great insights that apply to all of us, and is amazing and fun to boot!