How to consume less and contribute more?

We buy what we don’t need and after suffer from overwhelming and anxiety. We fall in trap of advertising campaigns that promise us happiness after owning more. But is it true? I don’t think so

I like the concept of minimalism. But some people take it to extreme extent that is deprivation from needed belongings. While growing I’ve thought that it’s doesn’t matter in which shoes you walk in Paris as long as you see the world. And I used to believe in it. What’s wrong with this position? Uncomfortable shoes could destroy your health and can make even Eiffel tower visit as unpleasant experience. It’s really matter what you own and quality of items.

I try to explain that owning stuff it’s great, but owning trashy items it’s not fun. Who need fast fashion low quality items? Definitely not you. Keep that for teenagers who want to look trendy. Dress up classy, buy second-hand clothing, own high quality multipurpose items (own induction stove instead of cattle, toaster, grill, multicooker, etc), delete unnecessary information, delete unnecessary photos, keep your memories safely backed up in a few clouds, reject plastic when it’s possible, create memories.

Life is beautiful. Spend money on what’s going to create for you beautiful memories.

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6 Comments

    1. Thank you πŸ™‚
      I’ve taken look on your website. Why you don’t show newest blog posts first and “about author” under each post? That’s gonna rank you hing in Google search and create visibility to your content…

    1. Thanks πŸ™‚ I love fashion and have a lot of items, so when people see it they tell that I couldn’t be minimalist because I own too much fashion items. But minimalism is different for each individual. For me it’s owning 100 dresses instead of 300 dresses πŸ™‚

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