Investing is a scary word for people and I totally get it. There’s so much to know, so many numbers and terms and types of ways to invest. How can a minimalist lifestyle make start investing a little less overwhelming and actually help you be better at long term investing? Well, lemme tell ya.
I started this blog I did it in hopes of trying to find a way to share my new minimalist lifestyle. Alongside it, our journey to debt freedom. At the time I didn’t realize these two things actually went hand in hand. For our family minimalism played a huge roll in bettering our finances. Is this the case for everyone? Does minimalism actually save you money? Let’s take a look at what minimalism is, the different types, and whether or not you can actually save money being a minimalist.
There is a huge movement happening around the idea of no longer letting our possessions possess us and it’s amazing. As with most things, there are different “branches” of minimalism. One type is having a highly modern, chic, clean home design. The other kind, The “Fun Sized” kind, is where you clear all the clutter from your life that no longer serves you. It’s living with intention and purpose. That’s my kind of minimalism. If you’re on the same page as me and just want to have more of the things in life that bring you joy, I want to share with you some different ways you can actually make money with minimalism. Easy ways that your passion could become purpose. Let’s look at how.
So you’ve seen all the shows, read all the articles and now you’re thinking this minimalist gig might be for you. Depending on where you’re at in life and how much stuff you have with you, it can be tough to know how to start minimalism. Where do you begin? This post has practical tips that anyone can do to begin their minimalist journey without feeling overwhelmed.