You don't have to forsake your worldly possessions to find bliss, but we can all live more frugally — and more elegantly — by learning from those who have.
Minimalism can help clear your mind — and, if you're not careful, it can also clear your wallet.
Like frugality and simplicity, minimalism is both a means and an end. It's a way of living light on your wallet and light on the planet, and it enables certain choices (such as
I believe in having less stuff, but I'm beginning to miss all the old stuff that I had. I've spent some time trying to figure out why.
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