Minimalism is a huge movement in the blogosphere.
I think it’s a fantastic example of modern enlightenment, a group of thinkers that are questioning the structures of modern society in order to offer an alternative. Asking why we are obsessed with stuff, money, accumulation, houses, cars, clothes and a myriad of other ‘things’ that are keeping us from being free.
When you understand the concept deeply, you realise it’s not about white walls and minimal houses, it’s about a choice between living intentionally and unintentionally. Many people enter through the door of having less stuff, but soon find out it’s a bigger room than they thought. It’s a place full of freedom to be what they really want to be. A gateway to living that they’ve never been taught before.
So, here are my 30 quick reasons to become a minimalist, more or less…