You can do better. You deserve better.
For anyone who is not acquainted with the trend, let me give you a quick overview. In recent years a crowd of authors and bloggers revived this very old philosophy, which is based on the principle of living more conscious with less possessions and distractions. Sites such as Zen Habits, The Minimalists or Becoming Minimalist suggest that we should declutter our stuff, calendars and personal life to get rid of unnecessary possessions, busy time, overwhelming goals and fruitless relationships.
By doing so we redefine our needs and also eliminate complexity, stress and frustration to achieve a simpler and more fulfilled life.
Or to say it in the words of one of the leading minimalist bloggers Joshua Becker:
“At its core, minimalism is the intentional promotion of the things we most value and the removal of everything that distracts us from it.”
Sounds great? Well there is one problem.
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