How A Minimalist Lifestyle Can Help Improve Your Air Quality

Minimalism has a lot of great positive points, one being that it can help keep our homes clean and, as a result, healthier.

Buying things has never been easier. There's no limit to the number of items you can have sent to your front door—sometimes at rapid speed. As a result, many homes are packed with accumulated belongings; unless, of course, you're a minimalist.

While minimalism's origins began in art, the movement grew to include lifestyle choices as well. One of the goals of those seeking this way of living is to intentionally reduce possessions and only keep those things that bring value and happiness. By surrounding ourselves with items that serve a purpose, the idea is that we'll have more time and energy to devote to other areas of our lives, like spending time with loved ones. This intentional way of living can also reduce clutter in a home, save money, and lessen our impact on the environment.

From my perspective as a mold remediation expert, minimalist living has another underappreciated benefit Following a "less is more" mantra can improve indoor air quality.

Why minimalism can improve your air quality at home:

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