Could you be the guy that only has 100 things? Could you go without your car, your TV, or your smartphone? Are there boundaries to extreme minimalism or are they just made up?
My journey into minimalism has been extreme at times. If I had my way I would live very simply.
* I would live in a small city downtown area where I could walk to the local grocer as well as the theater. I wouldn’t own a car.
* I would eat fresh vegetables, fruit, bread, and never cook except in the slowcooker. I wouldn’t own a microwave.
* I would own a laptop computer and do away with cable, paper, and phones. I would communicate and take notes online.
* I would own one pair of red shoes that would take me everywhere. I would give away the others that I don’t need.
* I would work at home in my jeans and t-shirt that I own three of each. I wouldn’t wear black ever again.
*I would take care of my body but I wouldn’t worry about makeup, hair color, or what men think of me.
* I would use writing as my creative outlet. Instead of gifts I would give my time to make others see their worth.
* I would eat simple food that I love. Instead of spending time cooking and cleaning the mess I would sing.
* I would not be afraid to take a walk 0r a hike and fill my spirit with nature as it should be.
* I would work as a writer and life coach from home filling others heads with my ideas and learning their ideas for life.
- Entangled Joyfully (becomingaminimalist.wordpress.com)
- Minimalism #2 Drink Water (extrememinimalism.wordpress.com)
- Raising Minimalist Children in a Modern World (everydayfamily.com)
- Minimalism- How it all started (minimalistwanderer.wordpress.com)
- How to Find Time to Organize Your Home (simplify101.com)