Embrace the freedom that comes from less.
Minimalism isn’t just about owning fewer possessions. It’s also about an intentional promotion of our highest values in life by removing anything that distracts us from them. It’s about finding the freedom to live the life we’ve always dreamed of.
As we journey together toward an intentional and minimalist lifestyle, it’s helpful to find constant inspiration for motivation.
So, make yourself comfortable with a hot cup of tea or coffee this weekend, and take some time to read and reflect on these personally curated articles that are here to inspire simplicity and intentionality in your life.
6 Things to Let Go of to Slow Down Time | Rich in What Matters by Julia Ubbenga. Decelerating the speed of your life has a slowing effect on time. But to optimize the deceleration, you also have to let go.
Mother Only Wears One Outfit | Washington County Daily News by Mary Haynor. “My mom wears the same thing every day for weeks. I wonder what the issue is. What do I do to get her to wear something different?”
How to Declutter Your Digital Life: 9 Practical Tips | No Sidebar. In today’s fast-paced world, digital clutter can be just as overwhelming as physical clutter. Here are 9 helpful tips to take back control.
Spending Time or Stealing Time: What Do You Want to Do Now? | Psychology Today by Carrie J. Knowles. Reframing your thinking can change how you live.
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Aisha Oduntan says
I love this blog. I always read it and enjoyed all of the articles and resources. Thank you for all of your hard work.
joshua becker says
Thank you for the encouraging words Aisha.
Audrey Wallace says
I would like to read about Simplicity Cooking Meals.
Less ingredients, less prep, less ingredients in pantry.
You might enjoy the “Budget Bytes” food blog. She uses a lot of the same ingredients across meals, which I greatly appreciate. Makes for less pantry clutter, and gives me inspiration for using what I already have on hand.
Stephanie, I agree. Budget Bytes is my go to for simple good recipes.