Minimalism: A Radical Lifestyle?
If you met me in real life, you probably couldn’t tell I was a minimalist.
If you struck up a conversation with me, I wouldn’t start spewing some minimalism gospel.
In truth, you wouldn’t think my lifestyle is much different from yours. You wouldn’t think that I live some radical lifestyle at all.
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You may think minimalism is about having hardly any possessions and living in a bare-walled house…but that is not exactly it. Minimalism is mainly about focusing and reorganizing your goals, priorities, and pursuits.
This does usually include owning less stuff, because too much stuff just gets in the way and clutters our lives. The accumulation of stuff often invokes a never-ending cycle of wanting more and buying more and never being satisfied with what we have.
Continue reading “7 Ways Minimalism Puts Money Back in Your Pocket”
I am uber-inspired by all the other bloggers and FIRE community members wo are banking ridiculous amounts of income each month. I have seen people reporting saving around 60-80% of their incomes.
That’s so awesome!
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If you haven’t heard, the new fad and buzz word is minimalism.
Thanks to the documentary on Netflix, “Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things”, more and more people are discovering this revolutionary concept and lifestyle.
But minimalism isn’t really some strict, inflexible, radical lifestyle or cult. It’s a simple tool to incorporate into your lifestyle. The core of minimalism is learning to live more with less.
Continue reading “Minimalism is Good for Your Soul…and Your Wallet”