This one should be a guideline for all the folks out there who don’t believe in filling their lives with “things”. Reduse, reuse, and recycle so we can all live on this planet comfortably.

A Small Wardrobe

37 items of clothing, 8 pairs of shoes, 3 bags

I have always been really sceptical of people making powerful claims that minimising your things will make you a better, happier person. However, I do feel that there has definitely been an adjustment in my state of mind since I started my minimalist journey. Here are some of the biggest changes I’ve noticed over the last year.

  1. I’ve become a more mindful shopper. Getting rid of so many things has made me much more careful about what I purchase for my home and wardrobe. I’ve spoken before about shopping becoming a hobby. Shopping can be an enjoyable activity in itself, and in the past I would often purchase things just to get a small lift in my day. I now have a number of shopping rules that help me stay focused on getting only what I feel I…

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About the Author Isaiah Dix

Hi. I'm a millennial blogger who loves living things large and small, people of all shades, and the world at large.

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