So you say you like challenges? Are you up for THIS challenge? It’s quite the challenge, it entails ridding yourself of items you no longer use or keep in your attic. This minimalist challenge is for the advanced minimalist if you ask me for narrowing down your personal inventory down to 100 is quite insane. Although, they do give collectors a break stating that if you per se collect art pieces you can consider the collection as an item.
If you feel as though you have a cluttered space then I think you should take on this challenge, for an uncluttered space equals peace of mind. You do not have to necessarily narrow it to 100 items exact, you can set out your own number; to each his own.
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A Minimalist’s Train of Thought:
What it means to me and
What its Benefits are…
People always ask why I became a minimalist, and my answer is always:
The less you have and do, the more you will feel free.
That simple sentence took me 3 years in the making to understand, so I’ve come up with the following to help you understand my the logic behind what that sentence means to me:
A Minimalist’s Train of Thought
Less money spent means more money saved
More money saved means the longer you can live in financial peace and security
Financial peace and security comes from owning less
Less stuff owned means less to carry around, move or have to travel with
Less responsibility for your stuff also means less maintenance and more time
The more time you have, the more relaxed you will feel
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