Achieve Your Goal of a Minimalist Lifestyle With These 5 Tips

A Minimalist Lifestyle

Wish that life was a little simpler with a little less stress and more time to spend with your family?
You may be asking yourself, how to live a minimalist lifestyle?

Well, you’ve pretty much described it!
The good news is that this is a well-documented lifestyle and one that anyone with the right approach can achieve.
It may seem like a job in the short run but if you stick to a plan you’ll soon be asking yourself, “will this job help me achieve my goals?”
The answer is a profound YES!

In this post, I will briefly describe five simple ways that can make a minimalist lifestyle a reality…

1. Know what you want

The first thing you need to do is to know what you want and to know what your goal is.
It means that you have to know what you’re about and what is important to you – whether it’s friends and family, or music, for example.
Once you know this, you can then be less easily swayed by marketing and advertising because you’ll know what you need to be happy.

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2. Play with the numbers

Many of us only feel successful when we see numbers going up.
More employees, more money, more friends.
But often you can play with the numbers to get more from less.
A good example of this is to think about your wealth.

Wealth is not just about how much you earn but also about how much you spend.
Move to a smaller house, and you can be wealthy on your current salary.
Would that make you happier?

 

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You might think minimalist living has a particular look to it: clean white counters or a closet holding exactly 30 items, for example.

3. Find ways to enjoy what you have

 

To change your focus, you need to learn to appreciate what you already have.

This means it’s time to stop thinking the grass is greener on the other side, and instead to really start enjoying the things you already have.

One way to do this is to write down a list of things you can do and enjoy with what you already have, that you have yet to make the most of.

4. Adopt A Gratitude Attitude

A gratitude attitude means being grateful for what you have instead of bitter about what you don’t have.
The method most people use to cultivate this is to write down three things they’re grateful for every night.
This one simple strategy to help you achieve your goals is nothing short of a little effort required on your part.
You’ll be amazed at how much better you feel!

5. Keep Trying!

Finally, make sure you keep trying and don’t be too hard on yourself.
A minimalist lifestyle won’t come overnight, and you may find it takes a while to get used to.
Keep trying and don’t give up!

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Raymond has a masters degree in Economy and Clinical Psychology.
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