Well, as the saying goes, there is no one right way to parenthood, you just have to do what’s best for you and your family. When it comes to minimalism, try to influence your kids rather than impose. Although it isn’t easy, it’s not altogether impossible. You don’t have to become an ‘extreme’ minimalist, ultimately, it’s all about living simply and not indulging in things you don’t need or are of no value to you.
With kids, de-cluttering becomes essential, and when they grow out of their clothes, it’s better to discard rather than hoard and save it for another day that won’t come. You don’t have to throw them in the trash, you could donate them or gift them to a friend who you know would need the particular items.
Organize your thoughts and then get to your closet. Be very clear in what you need and what you don’t. Minimalism is all about essentialism, and that’s the only thing you need to keep in mind. Don’t crowd your thoughts, because it shows in more ways than one.

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