Transitioning to Less Maintenance
A Little Less Cleaning Means Less Work
A little hard work never hurt anybody, but a little less didn’t either! The gift of less upkeep after downsizing is one that keeps on giving the longer you live in your space. You may be freed of the outdoor yardwork you were burdened with before. Or maybe it’s two fewer bathrooms to clean. Less surface area and floors to clean means more time (or money saved from cleaning services) spent on what fulfills you. There’s an optimistic outlook that’s easy to maintain.
Newfound Freedom Means New Hobbies
Less maintenance translates into less responsibility — a burden that takes a toll on many residents of larger spaces. If you thrived off some of the responsibilities required of you in your last place, consider alternatives you can pursue. For example, if you enjoyed gardening and no longer have a backyard, see if you can assist with your neighborhood’s landscaping (who’s going to say “no” to free help?) or try your green thumb out on indoor plants.
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Enjoy Less Clutter
When you don’t have a lot of space for extra items, it forces you to prioritize the things you really need or love. You will probably need to sell, give away or throw out a lot of items that you’ve accumulated over the years, and that can be very liberating. Plus, decluttering your home can actually make you feel less stressed and free up mental energy so that you can focus better.
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