Minimalism and minimalist lifestyles are getting widely adopted these days by many people.
And why not? After all, we are so much drowned in clutter that we either succumb to too much commitments or suffer from painful stress of not being able to live a happy life.
LJ Earnest discusses how eliminating choice will help you to get more done
Did you see what’s happening?
We need drive backwards to actually move forward in the right lane.
It doesn’t matter what speed you are going in life, however , what matters is , where are you going?
Reducing unwanted clutter from life and detaching ourselves from unwanted burdens makes us feel light and reclaim the time for doing what we really love.
Having said the above, I want to know your views or definition about minimalism.
According to you, what is minimalism or minimalist lifestyle? And in what ways , becoming a minimalist can benefit your life.
If you ask me the same question , which I love to answer –
Minimalism according to me is , deliberately detaching myself from attractive options and involuntary participation which make my life unnecessarily busy. Because when I am less busy, I create something of really good quality.
Note that I have used the word deliberately here in above sentence. Because without deliberate efforts, it’s not going to be easy to become a minimalist.
Back to my original question. What is minimalism according to you. I want to know.
Write your thoughts, ideas in the comment section and let’s start an interesting conversation.