As regular readers will know, I’ve been reading (and thoroughly enjoying) minimalist blogs lately.
In the beginning, I think I started reading minimalist blogs out of curiosity.
Financially I was interested in being more careful about how I spent my money. I was seeking ways to become more frugal.
What I uncovered with minimalist blogs is so much more than simply being careful with money.
Now I am hooked.
The aspect that I have most embraced from minimalism blogs is the value of freedom. Freedom from debt. Freedom to pursue a career that you love. Freedom to be completely yourself.
Here are 5 minimalist blogs to help simplify your life.
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Be More With Less
Courtney Carver is the author of Be More With Less. Read through Courtney’s about page to get a feel for her and her blog.
Courtney has a great series – How to Live in the Land of Enough.
Courtney also has a Kindle book Simple Ways to Be More With Less.
Becoming Minimalist is run by Joshua Becker. I find this site particularly interesting, considering Joshua is part of a family of four. Throwing children into the mix represents an even greater challenge for minimalists.
Joshua, however, proves it can be done.
I also love Joshua’s down to earth writing style.
If you are looking for more of Joshua’s work, you can read his books Simplify – 7 Guiding Principles to Help Anyone Declutter Their Home and Life and The More of Less: Finding the Life You Want Under Everything You Own.
The Miss Minimalist site has some fantastic minimalist images, not to mention many excellent posts.
I can definitely relate to the articles on living in a small space. My last rental, a one bedroom apartment was tiny. I’m not sure of the exact measurements, but most people I know have larger lounge rooms than the size of the whole unit.
When I finally bought a property, I went bigger with a 2 bedroom townhouse. By Australian standards, it would still be considered reasonably small, yet it is the perfect size for me. I love it!
Get better acquainted with Francine Jay, the writer of Miss Minimalist on her about page.
Need more help getting organized? Grab a copy of the Miss Minimalist book The Joy of Less, A Minimalist Living Guide: How to Declutter, Organize, and Simplify Your Life
Simply + Fiercely
I first discovered Jennifer’s blog Simply + Fiercely through Pinterest (click to follow my profile)
Jennifer writes about minimalism, intentional living, and travel. She’s also a Brissie girl, like me, so instantly a fan right there!
Check out her about page and start here page to get to know Jennifer and her great content a little better.
Break The Twitch
Break The Twitch is run by Anthony Ongaro. Anthony writes about minimizing distractions and doing more of what matters.
Check out Anthony’s excellent about page which includes his TED talk as well as a list of his most popular posts.
I hope you enjoy exploring these excellent blogs.
Minimalism can help you live a simpler, more intentional and happier life. Enjoy!
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Awesome list of which I follow them all.
I am so happy I have found/joined this minimalist community. It has changed my life. Great job in bringing them to light for your readers.
Have a great day…
Thanks for the comment. Great to see you here!
I sort of stumbled on the minimalist community but I am so glad that I did. I am learning a lot but most importantly I am starting to open my mind up to different ways of life and the options available. I am really enjoying the experience and look forward to discovering more.
I checked out your Life Excursion blog. Looks great! I can’t wait to have a more thorough read shortly.
Have a great Christmas!