A Guide to Minimalism, Amy Zulpa
Amy Zulpa

A Guide to Minimalism

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“A Guide to Minimalism” gives an introduction to the lifestyle known as minimalism. It is a lifestyle that many are choosing as they make an attempt to get out of the consumerist mainstream. It can be extremely hard to balance work, family and other activities plus maintain a status quo set by what is trending. The minimalist has none of these challenges. The life is simple yet functional. So much more can be achieved as a minimalist, which is why so many yearn for the lifestyle but somehow do not know how to get there.
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Catherine Cosette
Catherine Cosetteshared an impression2 years ago
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Un buen libro corto que trata muchos temas y, aunque no profundiza tanto en ellos, da una buena idea general de lo que es el minimalismo.

The first step to a simpler lifestyle is to learn how to be happy by doing instead of owning possessions. Take a walk with a friend or loved one, cook, create, sing or run to make your life more exciting. If you focus your life on doing, you will have less temptation to acquire more stuff.
minimalism is living only with what you need to survive, the bare necessities,
When you go shopping, try to ask yourself if you actually need something and how it will add to the quality of your life.


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