Our time is limited and invaluable. If we start from this perspective, it’s difficult to squander it on meaningless tasks or wasted efforts. Think about your priorities. Your time should be filled with your life’s plans, relationships you care about and those moments that have meaning for you.
No-Spend February is winding down and it’s about time to start some Spring cleaning! Why not go minimalist in March with me? What better way to get into the Spring of things than to unload some clutter and make room for the new than to jump into minimalism?!
Minimalism and Christmas may not seem like they belong in the same sentence, but I believe they do. The holidays are stressful enough. Why do we make them even more expensive?
I decided to go minimalist thinking it was about getting rid of stuff…I felt overwhelmed by all the stuff in general and wanted less of it in my life. I had no idea there would be numerous unexpected benefits of minimalism.
As a minimalist, I don’t waste money on things I never gave a second thought about before starting my minimalist journey. I knew at the start becoming a minimalist would make my home more peaceful, but I had no idea it would actually help me keep more money in the bank!
What do you get a minimalist? You may think the obvious answer would be nothing, but that isn’t necessarily the case. The first rule of thumb? Ask. The second rule of thumb? Read on for four minimalist gift ideas that are sure to please. I’ve got you covered.
Today minimalism means I no longer worry and stress about how or when I can buy what I want. I just no longer want most of it. This is a very freeing feeling. When it comes to most wants I can either take it or leave it. It no longer factors into my happiness. A major win here!