3 Ways Being a Minimalist Has Made Me Better with Money

Photo by Autumn Goodman via Unsplash.com  Minimalism and personal finance are far more connected than people might assume. Of course, minimalists generally buy fewer things. But how can the tenets of minimalism apply directly to personal finance? You might be surprised to hear that my first introduction to perspectives on debt freedom and investment was [...]

Is Selling Items Online Worth the Effort? 4 Tips for Selling with Intention

Photo via Leone Venter on Unsplash.com When I first began minimizing everything in my life, it created a mass exodus of stuff from my apartment. I was very intentional as to why I was getting rid of everything, but less intentional as to how I was getting rid of it and where it was going. [...]

Why it’s Harder to be a Minimalist as a Woman, But Why it’s Also More Important

If you're like me, when I first watched Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things, I was instantly drawn to the ideas of simplicity, authenticity, eco-friendliness, and financial freedom. I was in college at the time, living in debt and with the impression that despite everything I had in life, I needed more. Minimalism created [...]

One Thing Minimalism Gave Me

Photo via Unsplash.com Practicing Minimalism, which is essentially getting and keeping your life free of things that don't add value to you, has helped me gain so much: clarity, empowerment, peace, freedom, time, and more. (Plus, it makes moving a LOT easier. 🙂 ) While it seems like every Minimalist has their own definition, I [...]