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About a minimalist lifestyle

Updated: Sep 22, 2020

Minimalism enhances quality, allowing a conscious life with more purpose and meaning.

This requires small changes, subtle changes that make big differences.

Look around. Do you have two or more of the same thing? Have you used any of those things in the last 3 months? If not, then consider donating them, repurposing them or giving them away to friends or family. For me I had a lot of unused and used cosmetics. I love lipstick and I had many various lipsticks that were all pretty much the same colour.

I just kept buying and forgetting about the ones I already had. So if you have two or more of the same item it may be time to consider having a clean out and reassessing your purchasing habits.


For those who are fashionable, you can create a capsule wardrobe. A capsule wardrobe is a collection of essential items that never go out of style. They are items that you can wear over and over again. Some of these items might be a timeless black blazer, good pair of blue jeans, and an elegant white blouse.

Having a clean wardrobe full of usable fashion stables will make the whole dressing process easier and result in less indecisive outfit catastrophes. What also helps is having organised wardrobe storage solutions and separating items into their respective clothing categories.

The best time to have a fresh start is when you need to sort through all of your items before packing. Granted- moving can be stressful already, especially when you consider moving your whole life from one location to another in a matter of days… but it can also be a blessing in disguise forcing you to part with unnecessary stuff that has accumulated in your life.

Even if you don't identify with a minimalist life style, this can be a welcome exercise in remembering what clothing you love and really works for you. This can improve your mindset and make you become a more conscious shopper.

Ditch fashion trends, buying escapades and blind spending and become a more conscious spender. Only buy what you need.

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