Is your life cluttered, overly-busy, and filled with time-consuming chores that don’t make you happy? Adopting a minimalist approach to your life will change the way you live it!
In today’s consumer-driven society, "things" have replaced people. We work hard to possess the very things that consume our time, and make our lives feel empty and meaningless. Another way exists, that focuses on eliminating the physical, mental, and emotional clutter in your average day.
In Minimalism, I’ll take you through a total overhaul of your current lifestyle, habits, and mindset. You will discover that by switching to minimalism, you’ll make room for the things in life you’ve been missing - love, family, free time, and reconnecting with who you are, and what you want.
In this book, you’ll discover:
The main reasons why people switch to a minimalist lifestyle
How to declutter your space like a minimalist pro
Where to start when decluttering your social life
Applying minimalism to your finances for better results
How minimalism impacts your mind and becomes a core habit
The main lessons that minimalism teaches us about a happy life
It’s been a long time since you reassessed what you do, and what you have. Minimalism will free you from the endless barrage of wanting, FOMO, and inadequacy the consumerist system inspires.
You have the power to change how you live your life. Bring it all back to what matters and throw away the rest! Return to a simpler, happier way of enjoying how you live.
Discover the practice of minimalism with this step-by-step guide. Buy it now to learn how!
Chapter 1 Excerpt "Minimalism: Beginners Guide to Minimalism "
What Is Minimalism?
Minimalism is the processes of scaling back from having too much to having just enough. People take on minimalism because they want freedom from things in their lives. Be it material possessions, toxic relationships, or mental clutter; minimalism has become the go-to lifestyle for more millennials today. It is not a lifestyle that caters for the youth; any person despite the age can adopt the practice in their life. Even if minimalism advocates for having fewer things, that doesn’t mean that material possession is bad. The idea here is to have the things that one needs and appreciates in their life today. Keeping things that no longer serve you or buying stuff because of a scarcity mentality is highly discouraged.
The reason this lifestyle is gaining popularity is that more and more people are starting to realize the value we attach to items. The fact that most of us cannot separate our memories and emotions from material things is alarming. The amount of consumerism in the world is also at an all-time high.