I’m not sure exactly when I started an interest in Minimalism & decluttering. I do remember, going on a documentary binge, about fast fashion, living on a few dollars and the harmful existence of plastic, and then The Minimalists Documentary and I paid for that one and I was hooked.
Sometimes I still feel guilty letting go of gifts. As if the person who shared the gift attached a condition or tracking device (No, boo, they did not). Let the weight go — burdens were lifted at Calvary.
The Minimalism Game
It’s Friday YAY!!! The 2nd of October, my second Blogtober post and I’m hype about the inspiration.
“Minimalism is the intentional promotion of the things we most value and the removal of anything that distracts us from it.”Joshua Becker
It’s not you, it’s me…
“Real luxury is not working like a maniac to take an expensive vacation–it is living a life you enjoy every day.”Kathy Gottberg, Rightsizing* a Smart Living 365 Guide to Reinventing Retirement.
What is gratitude? Noun – the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.
It’s all the above: funny, sad, sobering, and ridiculous when you learn another truth about yourself that you “thought” you knew.
Have you ever heard of the No Buy – Low Buy Challenge? When you hear those words what comes to mind? What comes up for me is “Spending Only on What’s Essential”.
When I researched “Elopement” these words are mentioned, running away, sudden, secretive fashion, imply there’s a hastiness, that this act shouldn’t be done.