Thank you for being part of the Becoming Minimalist community. In times like these, it is even more essential to focus on things that matter. Minimalism paves that pathway.
By owning fewer possessions, we reserve time, money, and energy for the things that matter most. So take some time to focus on the things you own and what can be removed (today or in the future).
We’ll get through this—and we’ll be better because of it.
To keep your mind focused on simplicity and intentional living, here is a personally selected list of encouraging articles that have been published recently:
Minimalism Could Save You Thousands of Dollars—Here’s How | MSN by Daphne MacDonald. Though we live in a world of constant consumption, we don’t need much to be happy. The accumulation of stuff costs money and can lead to living outside our means and piling on debt.
Go Beyond Decluttering to Achieve that Minimalist Lifestyle | Motherly by Elesha Piper. Beyond the physical stuff, we can examine other areas of life for excess as well.
4 Ways to Start Being a More Thoughtful — and Sustainable — Consumer | Popsugar by Christiana Figueres. If you’re interested in lessening your own footprint and breaking free from the consumption trap, here are three easy ways to start rethinking your relationship to buying more, more often.