Sometimes, all it takes is a new paradigm on an old chore. Consider a change of perspective when it comes to things you don’t like to do around the house.
A big part of choosing to partake in a minimalist or ‘alternative’ lifestyle is learning to accept ourselves with what we have, and for who we are. If we constantly fear judgement from others, it can be hard to live out that philosophy to the fullest.
In vlog 6 I try a confidence-building social experiment that I learned about in this TEDx talk. Have you ever tried something like this? I’d love to hear your experience in the comments below.
When deciding on your future living space, it’s important to be intentional about how you’ll use it and what will work best for you and your family. This video covers some considerations that my wife and I made when purchasing our home in Minneapolis.
A massive thank you to Steven Gagner who created the new Break the Twitch intro sequence.
So much of decluttering comes down to building the confidence to make so many difficult decisions. Trying to do everything at once can be completely overwhelming and often leads to frustration.
Minsgame breaks down the task and provides a ramp up period helping to improve decision-making skills.
If you are looking to reduce your possessions or give decluttering a good try, this is a fantastic way to do it and you can start today. I talk more of about the experience my wife Amy and I had in this minsgame post. To get more ideas on decluttering, you can also check out these popular minimalist decluttering methods and ideas to kickstart decluttering.
Life can get easier through minimalism, but it’s not the destination.
It still comes down to the journey of pursuing our dreams and what makes us fulfilled and happy. With the space that’s created from minimalism, we create more room for what we love.
What has your minimalism journey been like? What are some ways you spend the time that minimalism creates for you?
The scariest part of minimizing possessions and all kinds of clutter in life is the inevitable long and hard look at everything that remains. What’s left over?