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There are many different approaches to minimalism, but it’s really just a tool to help you prioritize what’s important in your life.
Joshua Becker of Becoming Minimalist offers this definition: “Minimalism is the intentional promotion of the things that bring you joy and the removal of those that do not.”
It might be called simple living, tiny living, intentional living, and a myriad of other things—but there is at least one common thread: the idea of curating the things we own to best reflect our priorities and vision for our lives.
Representative of a lifestyle that aims to remove clutter from all facets of life.
A lifestyle practice focused on minimizing distractions that keep you from doing what matters to you.
Minimalism is all about owning only what adds value and meaning to your life (as well as the lives of the people you care about) and removing the rest.
It’s about removing the clutter and using your time and energy for the things that remain.
We only have a certain amount of energy, time, and space in our lives. In order to make the most of it, we must be intentional about how we’re living each day .
Minimalism is defined as a design or style in which the simplest and fewest elements are used to create the maximum effect.
Minimalism had its origins in the arts—with the artwork featuring simple lines, only a few colors, and careful placement of those lines and colors.
To live a simple lifestyle, you’ll need a simple living space. Focus on keeping things that you value deeply, and toss things that you don’t need any longer.
Giving yourself time will ensure that you are intentional about what you keep and what you discard.
Minimalism is often seen as an all-white room containing few furniture pieces. There are no colors or patterns or decorative accents that don't serve some function. However, this is not true.
Minimalism can look very different from one person to the next. Pictures of well-organised shelves and neutral-pallet interiors can only convey so much.
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