Is minimalism or being a minimalist about the idea of having nothing in your room or living area?

By The Stoic Strength Coach 

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No, minimalism or being a minimalist is a lot more than that as it is about being specific and essential with what you do in life from your purchases to how you spend your time.

“Minimalism is about an intential search for happiness” – @alsomelissa

So why did I choose it? – simple, to make my life simpler and more enjoyable. No other reason really, I was getting bogged down by so much. With things that didn’t really matter, minimalism help me focus on what is important. In particular, it helped in areas such as decluttering the space around me so I had more time to do what I wanted and less time spent cleaning. It has helped me in other ways from timekeeping to encountering fewer decisions during the day.

Now I am not going to tell you that you should bring it into your life as I don’t know what your situation is but all I can say is that it helped me a lot in my journey. 

If you are interested in looking into it be sure to check out The Minimalists, Joshua Becker, and Zen Habits as these are great places to start.

Stay Stoic,

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