Top 10 Minimalist Blog Posts

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Do you ever have those days where you just don't know what to say?





Well, today is one of those days, for me. I keep typing and re-typing, and then erasing it all because nothing seems quite right.

So I decided that today is the perfect day for sharing (in no particular order) my top ten favorite minimalism blog posts from around the web! Hopefully you are able to find some great, new information from a different perspective.



My Top 10 Favorite Minimalism Blog Posts

1. Don't Just Declutter, De-Own from Joshua Becker at Becoming Minimalist. "It doesn’t matter so much how you remove [junk], as long as you do. For it is far better to de-own than declutter."

2. Minimalism: An Elevator Pitch from The Minimalists. "Many people have asked us: What is your elevator pitch? Well, we’ve never had one. Until now."

3. 5 Steps Toward Minimalism from Kirsten McCormick of Cheerfully Imperfect. "Minimalism isn’t about owning nothing or having completely bare walls. [...] It simply means getting rid of the unnecessary to make room for  what really matters."


4. The Possibility In Blank Spaces from Cheryl Moreau of Revive. "I have a problem with blank spaces. Whether it is an empty shelf in my closet or a pause in my conversation, I desire it to be filled."

5. How to Become a Minimalist- 5 Methods + 1 from Tico&Tina at Make Rook for Greatness. "Since minimalism is what you make it, there is no right or wrong way to get there. The route you choose will probably be influenced by your personality and level of fed-up-ness."

6. 7 Tiny Steps for the Beginner Minimalist from Courtney Carver at Be More With Less. "The beauty of being a beginner minimalist is that you can be curious, and daring. You can ask for help, get back up if you fall, and look forward to new adventures..."

8. Minimalist FAQs from Leo Babuata at mnmlist. "Some frequently asked questions (FAQs) about minimalism and living the minimalist life, for those new to the concept."

9. Not Busy, Focused from The Minimalists. "Busy has become the new norm. In fact, if you’re not busy, especially in today’s workplace, you’re often thought of as lazy, unproductive, inefficient, a waste of space."

10. 21 Benefits of Owning Less from Becoming Minimalist. "There is more joy to be found owning less than can be found pursuing more."

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What is your favorite Walk In the Rain With Me post you've read? Let me know in the comment section below, over at my Facebook page, or email it to me at anastasiarosewrites[@]gmail[.]com.

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