Break out of common Minimalist Misconceptions
Many people get an image in their head about what minimalism looks like. And then unfortunately, they miss out on the fact that minimalism is a personal and peaceful practice. The following posts can help you break out of these common pitfalls, re-align your minimalist practice, and get the most benefits from minimalism.
Minimalism is not defined by Arbitrary Item Limitations
How many items can I own as a minimalist?
Many minimalists think they have to adhere to arbitrary item limitations set by other people. But this is a distraction, since minimalism doesn’t have strict rules. Read about how to avoid the issues that arise from this pitfall. And align your practice with the true principles of minimalism.
Minimalism is not defined by Extreme Downsizing
How much should a minimalist downsize?
Some people believe minimalism inherently means downsizing to the extreme. But not everyone benefits from extreme minimalism. And it can lead to new problems for minimalists. Learn how to practice Authentic Minimalism to remove burdens – not everything possible.
Minimalism isn’t defined by Constant Decluttering
How often should I declutter?
Many minimalists feel pressured to consistently remove items from their lives. But this can lead to purposeless decluttering and many other issues. Read about how to avoid this pitfall, and align your practice with the true principles of minimalism.
“Living with less” is not the same as constantly seeking less
How do I find peace when practicing minimalism?
Some minimalists thinking the benefits of “living with less” equates to “constantly seeking less.” But unfortunately, this mindset detracts from the peace that comes from living minimally. Additionally, it can create new problems for minimalists. Learn how minimalists get caught up in this mindset and how to break out of it for greater benefits of minimalism.