Does Minimalism Come to an End? How to know when it’s time to quit.
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Does Minimalism Come to an End? How to know when it’s time to quit.

A few years ago, I had started really liking the content of a minimalist on YouTube named Lefie. She was what some would call an extreme minimalist. There were very few possessions in her home. It was mostly the basics like a bed, fork, plate. Nothing fancy…at all! I never really watch YouTube videos, but…

I Started Taking Social Media Breaks on the Weekends. Here’s how.
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I Started Taking Social Media Breaks on the Weekends. Here’s how.

In 2020 I accidentally fell into the wide world of becoming an online influencer. Whoops. Trust me, being a minimalist lifestyle influencer is a tough thing when the majority of social media is filled with beautiful people trying to get you to buy stuff you don’t need. Not only is difficult trying to be a…

9 Ways to Minimize Your Digital Footprint in 2024
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9 Ways to Minimize Your Digital Footprint in 2024

In just the last 10 years, there has been a boom in digital technology. As places like Blockbuster disappeared, new apps like Netflix and Hulu quickly emerged to take their place. While we all love the convenience of having our favorite movies at our disposal, the fact of the matter is, all of this technology…

Life Declutter: 10 Minimalist practices for starting over in life.
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Life Declutter: 10 Minimalist practices for starting over in life.

My friend and I sat down for a coffee date the other day and she said something so profound, in such a simple way. She told me that lately she’s been wondering what she would keep in her life if she could declutter it. Think about it, if life were a cluttered shelf and you…

Screen Time Minimalism, and Being Open with Nate Klemp
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Screen Time Minimalism, and Being Open with Nate Klemp

At some point most of us have attempted reducing the amount of screen time we take in in a day, but what would happen if we tried the exact opposite? Instead of screen time minimalism, what if we binged on screens? That’s exactly what author and philosopher Nate Klemp did and he shared his experience…