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“Less is more” is a phrase that suggests simplicity and minimalism can be more effective and powerful than complexity and excess.
Here’s a simple example of how “less is more” can be applied:
“Three Rules of Work: Out of clutter find simplicity. From discord find harmony. In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” – Albert Einstein
“Simplicity: less stuff, less work, less expense, equals more money, more time, more joy. Less equals more.”
“Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking.” – Marcus Aurelius
“It’s surprising how much free time and productivity you gain when you lose the busyness in your mind.”
“Some people want a big house, a fast car and lots of money. Some people want a tiny cabin in the woods away from those kinds of people.”
“Good design is as little design as possible. Less, but better – because it concentrates on the essentials aspects, and the products are not burdened with non-essentials. Back to purity, Back to simplicity.”
“Most people think they need MORE to succeed; more money, more power, more time, more friends, more fame, more ideas, more prayers, more knowledge. They have never considered that less is actually sufficient.” – Michael Bassey Johnson
“Sometimes less is more and sometimes more is less. there’s nothing wrong with striving to be your best self… but don’t get attached to things, money or achievements to determine your value in life. Happiness, great relationships, peace and health are better measures.”
“In humor, almost always, less is more.”
Living a “less is more” life involves embracing minimalism and simplicity. It means focusing on the things you love and value, letting go of the rest, and reducing clutter, commitments, and stress. Minimalism has several benefits, including financial freedom, reduced stress, easier cleaning, more freedom, good for the environment, increased productivity, and happier life.
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Living a “less is more” life involves embracing minimalism and simplicity.
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