cc Flickr photo by Steve Slater Victoria from SimplifiedLife.net wants to enjoy the life she lives and not have to take a vacation just to get away from her life. She started scrutinizing her material possessions, schedules & time, even her children’s schooling so that they can intentionally enjoy their life now. Her goal is not a minimalist life, but a simplified life; one that focus on quality experiences instead of more stuff and bigger houses. This book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing has become very popular this year. Lots of people are using this revolutionary KonMari Method for simplifying, organizing, and storing. Victoria from SimplifiedLife.net Listen to hear how a “simplified life” differs from a “minimalistic life,” the questions Victoria asks herself when deciding what to keep and what to pass on to someone else, how she balances a simplified life with the pepper lifestyle, what she does to sell things locally without having a yard sale, how she set up a paperless system for her office, keeping things simple with teenagers, and more! Mentioned in this podcast: Scannable App Evernote We have a new podcast every Wed. Make sure you are subscribed to MomPrepares so you don’t miss any! You can subscribe to our podcast on iTunes , Stitcher, or Beyond Pod. If you would like to be a guest on our podcast or sponsor the podcast – email firstname.lastname@example.org with ATTN: podcast in the subject line. Click here to listen to more podcasts! Learn more on MomPrepares.com: Reduce Food Waste: 7 Ways To Use Overripe Produce Freecycle: Getting Prepared For Free Food Storage Organization for the Modern Prepper You might enjoy these other articles written by Victoria MomPrepares loves to join link-ups and meet other bloggers. Here is the list of our favorite link-ups so you can participate too!