A Minimalist’s Challenge to All!

When I hear the word minimalism, I think of the art trend that strips its work down to the bare essentials. However, this is not what many people today are referring to when they label themselves minimalist. It is something so much more. And quite frankly, the more I hear about and research the term, the more I am intrigued. In the video above a minimalist challenges us this holiday season. Click on it to hear what he has to say.

When I researched the term minimalism, I found many different definitions. One blogger I ran across, Missplantcentric, was very thorough and informative. The best definition she presented that resonated with me came from the minimalists. They state

Minimalism is a lifestyle that helps people question what things add value to their lives. By clearing the clutter from life’s path, we can all make room for the most important aspects of life: health, relationships, passion, growth, and contribution.


Who could not use some clearing of the clutter from life’s path. That may be material items in your life that doesn’t provide value or people who are pulling you down. Or both! I am totally on board!! Readers stay tuned because you will probably be seeing more posts on this topic. I have decided to start a minimalism journey! In the mean time, check out the video, share, like and subscribe. Thanks!

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