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Encouraging Simplicity. Weekend Reads.

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Minimalism is about intentionally promoting what we value most and eliminating anything that gets in the way of it. It requires a conscious decision because it is a countercultural lifestyle that counteracts the culture of overconsumption that surrounds us.

The world we live in is not friendly to the pursuit of minimalism. A journey to find simplicity requires consistent inspiration.

So find some quiet time this weekend with a cup of coffee or tea, enjoy these handpicked articles, and strive to make your life simpler.

5 habits that will radically change your life | | simple habits By Julianna Poplin. Habits effectively automate our lives in a positive way, reducing the effort required to perform tasks. When something becomes a habit, it becomes virtually automatic.

How to Stop Impulsive Shopping in 2023: 23 Frugal Tips! | | no sidebar By Barefoot Minimalist. Impulse purchases can lead to severe financial stress. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to make your purchases more intentional.

6 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start Downsizing for 2023, According to a Minimalist Lifestyle Coach | | Apartment therapy By Dara Zaicherman. Explore your overarching priorities and emotional connections to different aspects of your life before you begin.

see gifts | | zen habits By Leo Babauta. A gift is what it has to teach you, how it transforms you, how it connects you with the Divine, with yourself and with everything around you. The moment and your sanctity.

What You Really Need to Know About Minimalism We Learned in the ’60s | | no sidebar By Karen Treftsger. I guess our lifestyle wasn’t considered “minimalist”. It wasn’t very luxurious, but it had everything we needed. It only sounds minimalist compared to what is normally required in 2022.

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7 tips to organize your solution | | YouTube by Joshua Becker. I hope the determination to get rid of it will not fade. But in return, you and your family enjoy all the benefits of having less possessions.

jump as far as you can | | YouTube by Joshua Becker. I want to jump while I can. Because the day will come when you can’t. And I don’t want to regret missing the opportunity to do it when I could.

organizedIf you’re looking for ways to minimize what you own, my 12-week course will help you own less, live more, and discover the life you want. But this is the last weekend to sign up. Registration she closes on Sunday 15th January. The experience starts on Tuesday.

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