My desire with each Weekend Reads is to provide you with articles and posts that encourage simplicity and minimalist living. Below, you will find links to blog posts and news stories that I hand-picked over the last couple weeks. I hope you find inspiration and practical help inside them.
But also, if you get a chance, share these posts with others via social media. With our efforts united, not only will each of us be inspired to own less and live more, but the life-giving message of minimalism will spread further and quicker, deeper and with greater effectiveness.
And that is my goal on Becoming Minimalist: to intentionally promote simplicity in a world that needs to hear it.
The Swedish Philosophy of Lagom: How “Just Enough” is All You Need | Big Think by Jonny Thomson. “It’s not simply learning to ‘enjoy the simple things,’ but also appreciating that sometimes less really is more.”
5 Powerful Lessons from Living a Simple Life | Balance Through Simplicity by Antonia Colins. “My simple life allowed me to press pause and reflect. To reconnect with myself and align my day with how I’d like to live my life.”
Thoughts on Doing Scary Things | No Sidebar by Danielle Massett. “These are the thoughts that keep me from trying things, from living life. And it’s sad. It makes me sad. I don’t want to let these fears hold me back.“
Minimalist Living: 14 Simple Ways To Easily Improve Your Life | The Savvy Couple by Brittany Kline. “If you can identify even just a few areas of your life where simplifying would give you noticeable benefits, then I’d say it’s time you just dive in and get started! “
The Difference Between Busy and Non Busy People | Becoming Minimalist on YouTube. Some people are not busy. They appear calm, collected, and in control… but still productive. They are enviable in the life they live. What do they understand about life that others do not?