What it Means to Me. Why? What Are My Goals?

Minimizing anything in your life that is not contributing to your happiness, success, or peace of mind. This includes habits, clothes, memorabilia, jobs, and even people. There are no rules except to do what you feel makes your life simpler.


Why the Sudden Lifestyle Change?

Maybe subconsciously I’ve been a minimalist at heart but for sure I know that I prefer this over the lifestyle I’ve led so far. I found myself feeling suffocated in everything. Not just my belongings, which were another problem, but my job, schooling, financial state, and people around me. I didn’t know what needed to change but something had to. I was not happy. Now I’m not saying that things are perfect now, but I do feel just a bit lighter knowing I am working to make changes.

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25 responses to “Minimalism”

  1. Can’t wait to hear about what you learn along the way.

  2. I feel the exactly same! It’s really suffocating to be dwelling on the unnecessary !! Ive got a new blog called – would love it if you could have a read !!

  3. Love it, great photo to accentuate the post <3

  4. Wonderful thoughts! And exactly, right there with you. =) I look forward to following your journey. May it be one of challenge, kindness, and growing in wisdom.

    1. Thank you for your kind words. It is definitely a journey, not too difficult. The challenging part of it is living with non minimalists.

  5. I am going through similar things. Realizing how much stuff I have and wondering why society tells me I “need” it. I hope to get rid of everything but what makes me happy and productive. Look forward to your future posts! 🙂

  6. I enjoyed reading about your minimalism journey. I too am embarking upon this lifestyle and it’s great to learn others’ perspectives that are living this life already. I look forward to reading more of your work in the future!

  7. Can absolutely relate to this, I’ve just moved to Hong Kong and fled all my possessions, trying to work out habits to make sure I don’t accumulate “stuff” here too.

    1. Wow! Congratulations on your bold and brave life choice. That truly is inspiring and if it is okay with you I’d love to learn more about this experience and share with my readers on my blog. Let me know what you think.

      1. Thanks for your lovely words, it’s been an adventure and I’ve been very tempted to buy lots of new things to create a life here but I’ve been trying to keep my wardrobe limited and enjoy life here without too many things to maintain. Would love to hear your readers thoughts as the extra space in my life has given me room to realise that I love writing!

        1. Great. Would you be interested in being featured on my blog to write about your minimalism story? I think my viewers would be very interested.

        2. That would be great! Best bet is to email me so we can talk specifics – 🙂

        3. Alright I sent you an email!

  8. Nice post! Good luck 🙂

    C x

  9. Good luck with all of your changes! It can definitely help to make space for new and exciting opportunities 😀

    1. Yes! And thankyou!

  10. I have to agree with you that minimalism is a way to happiness. 🙂 I am considering to become a minimalist at these days, so we will see how it will go. 😉

    Have a nice day

    1. Thanks! And good luck if you do!

  11. Love this! I find myself making the transition towards a more minimalist lifestyle. It’s just so much more freeing.

    1. It really is. Not being tied down by your objects and people even. It feels really good

  12. Very interesting! I’ve never really thought about minimalism

    1. I think I’ve been feeling like i need it for a while but didnt know how to describe it but now it’s a bit of a trend at the moment and it’s helped to know that minimalism is the term for what I’ve been gearing towards and that there are so many people also in this movement. 🙂

  13. Glad to see I’m not the only one going through this transition! Good luck with it!

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