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Minimalism

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top 3 articles | minimalism

All You Need: 14 Eco-Friendly Minimalist Toiletries

Life After Minimalism? 5 Thoughts After 5 Years of Being a Minimalist

What’s in my Bag? Minimalism in Practice

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best 3 books | minimalism

Soulful Simplicity | The Joy of Less | The More of Less

best courses

Dress with Less and Create Your Capsule Wardrobe | The Art of Less Doing

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FatLama – borrow or lend your stuff instead of buying/just storing or throwing away (US & UK)

Gift-Giving Rules for Our Family and Friends to Limit Kids' Stuff - minimalist mom's tips for simple life with kids (1)

Gift-Giving Rules for Our Family and Friends to Limit Kids’ Stuff

Being a minimalist of years, I am well aware of all problems connected with unnecessary stuff and I try not only to manage the things we have but also control the inflow of new items. This means changing buying habits that for me involved tracking spendings, experimenting with the half year without buying (results here) and just questioning or delaying every purchase on …

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On Borrowing Again + the Fat Lama Rental Platform

Do you remember my thoughts about borrowing? Back in 2016, I described shortly the benefits of sharing our items with others from a perspective of a person living a simple life. I’ve listed what I often lend from other people. The article is here: On Borrowing – Minimalist’s View. Knowing my point of view on things …

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It Was Never in the First Place... Why Everyone Is a Minimalist - thought from Anthony Ongaro interview with Courtney Carver

It Was Never in the First Place… Why Everyone Is a Minimalist

Today I want to share with you my thoughts showing in which way everyone is a minimalist. The reflections are inspired by one sentence said by Anthony Ongaro in his interview with Courtney Carver about her newest book Soulful Simplicity. Disclosure: the article contains affiliate links for which I may get compensation. They were talking …

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Simple Eating Habits Are Exactly What You Need for Better Health, Productivity and Tidier Kitchen

Today I’m showing you one tip that has so many benefits. Implementing this strategy will hugely simplify the process of creating a meal plan for your family. Secondly, you’ll simplify your eating habits and grocery shopping. It helps also to declutter not only the kitchen but also our minds by reducing the everyday stress and …

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The List of Things You Don’t Have to Do in 2019 – by a Minimalist

In the time of preparing lists of things and activities we want to commit ourselves to in the coming year, I’m encouraging you, my wise, conscious Readers, to make (and USE) a list of things you don’t have to do. To do lists are useful tools. Doing new things, doing more things is great because …

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October's Powerful Reads: best articles and books that I've read in October and can recommend you. This month was about slow working, slow growing, less focus on productivity, building capsule wardrobes and laziness. #whattoread #bestreads #slowingdown #capsulewardrobe #idleness #laziness #unproductive

October’s Powerful Reads: Slow Living, Capsule Wardrobes and a Bit of Idleness

Welcome to another collection of good articles and books! This month I’ve found valuable reads in the subjects of slow living, being less productive and idler. There is a capsule wardrobe challenge and a good book for parents. Disclosure: the article contains affiliate links for which I may get compensation. What I’ve read in October? …

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How to Buy Clothes? – 8 Rules of Conscious Shopping

Do you want to live a conscious life? Start with buying clothes more reasonably! For the person who wants to grow, every smallest action can be a challenge, a subject to rethink and set it on a better track. So how to buy clothes consciously? When speaking of clothes purchases, you first need to tear …

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Cut Down Your Work-Time and Power-Up Your Effectiveness

In school, we were given homework for next week. How many of you have devoted seven days to do it? Or at least seven evenings? And how many of you did your homework the evening before and then got an A or a B or simply got their homework accepted despite a lower mark? Much …

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A Step by Step Guide to Minimizing Your Kids’ Clothes and Making Kids Look the Best Every Day

Today I’ll introduce to you another experiment that can be your way of starting minimalist lifestyle or can help you declutter another category of things. I’m currently applying it to my Boys’ clothes. Let’s start! How to minimize your kids’ wardrobes? 1 | Have all their clothes clean and dry. We need to have all …

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Eco Friendly Homes – 17 Tips That Will Make You Save Health, Time and Money

In today’s article, I introduce you some ideas of a minimalist for more eco-friendly homes. You’ll see you can become much greener by just not bringing home too many items that will anyway end up in the landfill. Keeping our environment in the best possible condition became closer to me, you could see it in …

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5 Things I Have and 5 Things I Don’t: Women’s Shoes

Welcome to the second article of the amusing and inspiring series 5 Things Minimalist, in which I present exemplary things that I have and those that I don’t have in a chosen category. Today’s subject is women’s footwear. The article contains affiliate links. Shoes that I don’t have: High heels As a teenager and later …

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Beware Minimalism Dangers - 3 Things to Beware on Your Path of Minimalism - Slow and Happy blog about simple life (1)

3 Things to Beware on Your Path of Minimalism

Minimalism is a great tool that can fast and easily make our lives tailored to us. It’s a beautiful and cheerful path that I’m on for more than five years and I don’t want to change it for any other. Today I want to point out three dangers that can lead minimalists out of their …

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How to Clean Your Instagram Feed – Minimalist’s Method

Are social media bad? Good? The Minimalists (Ryan and Joshua) would say that social media are tools like a knife. What use you’ll make of them is up to you. I would say that like in most spheres of our lives, we should find our golden mean between radical attitudes. If you can get any …

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5 Things I Have and 5 Things I Don’t: Electronics

I’m a minimalist, benefiting from living simply. But at the same time, I don’t want to limit myself. I aim to have only what I need or use. And I don’t want to deny myself something that I need. So I’m a minimalist, I’m a person who doesn’t limit her development, who changes. I’m a …

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A Minimalist’s Wardrobe Challenge to Improve Your Style

I am very satisfied with my wardrobe in terms of minimalism. The set of clothes I own is not perfect but I don’t have many clothes, I rather use all the clothes I have and I don’t have the problem: I have.nothing to wear. But after years of being so satisfied with the state of my …

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