Over the years of pursuing minimalism and interacting with simple living advocates online, I have come to recognize the simplicity/minimalism niche to be among the most friendly, encouraging, and helpful around. There is a genuine understanding that any promotion of simplicity is good for society—and there is little concern about who gets the credit for it.
It is a pleasure to be part of such a wonderful group of people. I always enjoy the opportunity to promote writing that encourages people to live more life by owning less stuff. So please, fix yourself a nice warm cup of coffee. Take a break from the cold. And enjoy some encouraging words about finding more simplicity in your life today.
When Less is More: the Concept of Japanese “MA” | Wawaza. Where there is clutter, even valuable things lose their value. Where there is too much, nothing stands out.
Minimalism FAQ | Minimalist Baker by John Schultz. John writes a very thoughtful, thorough, and well-articulated introduction to the minimalist lifestyle.
Comparison—A Speed Bump On the Road To Happiness & Simple Living | Smart Living 365 by Kathy Gottberg. A helpful post to be reminded that comparing your life is no way to live it. Also, a helpful guide to moving past it.
Why You Need to Get Rid of the Digital Crap that Weighs You Down | Man vs Debt by Joan Otto. Technology doesn’t have to control you. Very much like money, it is simply a tool – one that you can and should control, not one that should rule you.
Stop Using Your Cell Phone as a Pocket Watch. It’s actually distracting you. | Simplify Your Life. Some interesting statistics about cell phone usage are included in this short post. Also, a thoughtful new look at how we use them.
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Interestingly, I started transforming my life toward simplification and minimalism at about the same time I decided to change my diet to healthier alternatives, experimenting with raw foods and Vegetarian style cooking. I was so surprised to see the strife and debate and egos that were so prevalent in this particular food community. The Minimalist community has none of that and how refreshing it is.