Minimalism: Not One Size Fits All
Updated: Aug 2, 2020
Minimalism, simplicity, simple living, whatever you want to call it, is purely a path to taking back control of your day, your time, your life, your money and your power. If you find yourself feeling a certain way towards people who have taken that power back, I implore you to sit with that feeling and really think about why you’re so quick to dismiss it. If you have things, people, obligations that are causing you stress, anxiety, or you just plain don’t actively want in your life, ask yourself, why are they (it) still part of your story? I’m not here to say it’s easy or that you’ll be able to kick it all to the curb. I’ve still got stuff, figuratively, that I will have to continually deal with but because I’ve been able to clear all the stuff I do have full power over I have been able to learn how to manage my reaction to the people and things I actually cannot remove from my life. By reclaiming the power I have always had I’ve been able to gift myself time and time is a resource we all have and that cannot be replenished. Once it is gone, it’s gone forever. How do you want to spend your time?