Simplify Your Life
From simplicity beginners to seasoned simplifiers, slowing down and getting focused will help you let go of what's holding you back so you can live how you want to live.
Whether you've been simplifying for 10 minutes or 10 years, we've got some tiny steps to help you make progress on the stage you are in now.
Take the quiz to find out what stage you are in and the tiny steps that will help you simplify.
Find the best place to start simplifying FOR YOU.
We all know there isn't one thing that works for everyone. The best way is what is best for you.
honor your pace.
The tiny steps we provide will help you work with your unique time and energy availability.
Prioritize consistency over intensity.
Simplifying and making changes in your life doesn't happen overnight and you don't have to push through or work hard. More ease is possible.
"Thank you so much for this, for everything you share to help people, you really make a difference in a lot of people's lives."
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allow me to introduce myself
Hi, I'm Courtney Carver!
I spent much of my adult life tired, stressed, sick and doing work I didn’t care about to make ends meet. I always wanted more or thought I needed more to be happy, but realized after years of decluttering and letting go that happiness isn’t waiting for us, it’s within us.
If you are overwhelmed or exhausted (or both), I know how you feel. I’ve been there. I’ve worked too hard, spent too much, and slept too little.
Simplifying my life gave me the space, time, and love to be more me, and the following practices led me back.
In 2010, I created Be More with Less and minimalist fashion challenge Project 333. Be more with less means: Be more you. Give yourself all the space, time and love to remember who you are. Living with less clutter, busyness, stress and simplifying your life will help you make the room to do what you need to do.
I’m looking forward to learning more about how I can help you create a life that makes you smile every day.
"Thank you, so much, for this. I feel like I'm slowly coming back to life after an uncertain couple of years. [Be More With Less] is a great place to find calm."