Question Tuesday – Minimalist Lifestyle

 

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Good morning guys and welcome to our Question Tuesday! Today’s topic is as seen on the title. We’re going to talk more about minimalist and how to go about it by Q&A.

Is a minimalist lifestyle for everyone? Well, not really! But in this hectic world, many of us feel that call — to have less, to spend less, to do less or to need less. Am I right!

Things I no longer buy! It’s hard for a shopaholic to stop buying actually. I learned it through the hard way and always cave it when temptation gets the better of me. But then I heard so much about Minimalist that I simply couldn’t ignore anymore. That eventually leads me to my journey to become a beginner minimalist.

So, here’s the tips I picked from google.

  1. Write it down. Make a list of all the reasons you want to live more simply. …
  2. Discard the duplicates. …
  3. Declare a clutter-free zone. …
  4. Travel lightly. …
  5. Dress with Less. …
  6. Eat similar meals. …
  7. Save $1000.

Q: Have you consider to choose a minimalist lifestyle? Or have you tried. If so, share your comment below. If you’ve any question that needs answer, let me know down below because …

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Thanks so much for stopping by the blog. I hope to see you all again on my next post. Bye!

Sharon xoxo

 

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5 comments

  1. Kaily says:

    Maybe it’s because we moved a lot while I was growing up so I got used to tossing things, or maybe I’ve just always been naturally inclined to owning less stuff but I really enjoy utilizing some aspects of minimalism! For me it’s mostly a laziness thing, though… I don’t like collecting things cause I hate having to move them to dust… but it’s also a stress thing (too much clutter is very stressful to me). I’d say a good place for you or anyone else to start though is to just get rid of anything you don’t use. Start with your clothes or stuff under your sink or pantry or something! You’d be surprised how much better you’ll feel and how much lighter things will seem too 😀

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  2. My Teen Guide says:

    What a wonderful thought! I have a friend who wanting to live simply but she can’t, she told me it’s hard to have a lighter things. This could help her, I’ll share with her this.

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  3. Erica Schwarz says:

    With 5 of us living in my home, my battle with clutter is constant. Love your suggestion to eat similar meals. As a food blogger, I tend to get carried away in my meal planning, and I really need to get back to basics. Especially during the busy week.

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  4. lastchance3 says:

    I used to live a minimalist life style. But then holidays happen, and family gifts started to clutter. I really need to go through my place and start tossing.

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  5. Elizabeth O says:

    The minimalist approach us not for everyone but it us worth exploring. I’ve had moments of being in that mindset but moved on.

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