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6. Buy Less (and Higher Quality)

6. Buy Less (and Higher Quality)

Buying cheaper goods may feel more "cheap", but in the long run, you sometimes spend more repairing or replacing them. Buy fewer items, but of higher quality, to reduce waste and costs in the long run.


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Minimalism is a lifestyle that emphasizes simplicity and intentional living. It involves decluttering physical possessions, focusing on what truly matters, and reducing waste. By doing so, minimalists create more space for meaningful experiences and contribute to a sustainable environment. 🌿🌱

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