Have you ever wondered how some folk make minimalism look effortless? To an outsider those who practice and live a minimalist lifestyle seem to have it down to an art. I believe that it is the small daily habits that are the key to doing this and these can absolutely change how you live. Minimalism can be simpler
At first glance minimalism may appear to be about decluttering your wardrobe, or owning less stuff but this interesting practice can take you vastly deeper. With the practice of minimalism you can create space for you, hear your truth, prioritise your values and connect with your soul.
Are you new to minimalism? Will this be your first Christmas, or holiday period as a minimalist? Perhaps you have been living the simple life for a while now but the holiday season always seems to leave your relatives and friends completely confused by your behaviour.
How are You Suffering? The societal expectation is that you will buy more; more for yourself and more for others. You will make purchases to prove that you love another and of course the more expensive the more you love them.
Do you ever feel powerless to help with major issues such as global poverty? Chin up! We are now in an age where technology can be used to eliminate poverty and there is so much that you, the individual, can do.
Do you struggle with consumerism? Many of us feel the need to buy stuff to fill ourselves up, to impress others or because we feel inadequate if we don’t.
I am a minimalist, my possessions bring beauty and usefulness and I have only that which does. I settle into the calming space around these items in my home; simplicity and contentment. I have discovered the calm and beauty of a minimalist life.
Ever wondered what all the fuss over becoming a minimalist was about? Find out how your life can be improved as a minimalist and how to do it.