What does being "minimalist" mean?
Living with less material items.
People tend to think this will make life empty and deprive.
In fact, the opposite will happen.
It will bring into your life what is important and add value.
You will attain a sense a freedom.
We all collect things, clothes, shoes, books, the list is endless.
I am very #organised and I have less stuff than most people, but I still think I have too much and its an on-going clearing process.
If you don't use it, and if you havn't used it for 6 months, get rid of it.
You wont miss it and the feeling of freedom will be much more #intoxicating than any purchase or having whatever it is, sitting there.
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But then what? you say... The money you have will bring you #freedom and a life you can enjoy without consuming.
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