Never underestimate the importance of removing stuff you don’t need.
Encouragement provides us with motivation to persevere. It invites us to dream dreams of significance for our lives. And it begs us to work diligently with optimism and promise.
Overcoming the pull of consumerism is a difficult challenge regardless of our stage in life. Simplicity requires encouragement. To that end, I hope you will find motivation in these articles below.
Each post was intentionality chosen to inspire simplicity in your life. For maximum effect, find a quiet moment this weekend and enjoy them with a fresh cup of coffee or tea.
No couch, one car: How these Minnesotans are living with less | Star Tribune by Allie Shah. The minimalist revolution has led some Minnesotans to shed possessions and embrace a no-frills life.
12 Things Minimalists Wish You’d Stop Spending Money On | Reader’s Digest by Marissa Laliberte. Owning more stuff than you can use doesn’t just waste money, it fosters procrastination and increases feelings of anxiety. Break the cycle with these tips.
Shopping Online Is Easy, 5 Ways To Make It Harder & Save Instead | Forbes by Joshua Becker. Online retailers are juiced up, 24/7 machines — on-demand and always ready. Previous areas of resistance have been meticulously obliterated.
How To Live A Minimalistic Life With Kids | The Alternative Daily by Susan Patterson. After raising my children with a spirit of minimalism, I feel like I am in a good position to share some of my tips. Here is what I have learned.