The Value of Minimalism

Dan Pederson on Minimalism -

The less you own, the less you have to take care of.

The less you own, the less you have to replace.

The less you own, the less money you need to earn.

The less you own, the more time you have for other things (and people).

The less you own, the less things you need to protect.

I get what he’s saying here which is basically be content with what you have because wanting less is a mental increase. He goes on to say the value of minimalism is removing the distractions from your life.

Minimalism can simplify your life. There’s value in that.

October 5, 2018


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