Following the popularity of my earlier posts, 5 Websites to help simplify your life and More minimalist blogs to help simplify your life, I thought it would be a great idea to do another post on minimalist blogs.
As I have already featured most of the minimalist blogs I read myself, it was time to do some exploring.
I am happy to report, I uncovered some real gems.
For each blog, I have highlighted the bloggers about page to give you a better feel for their work as well as a blog post or two that I found interesting.
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I hope you enjoy these 6 inspiring minimalist blogs.
Friends Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus burst on the scene years ago with their blog The Minimalists and set the niche on fire.
There are so many great essays on this blog.
Get started with a post on what minimalism means to Joshua and Ryan and then follow up with their excellent start here page and most popular essays.
Lydia Lois is about living minimally while simultaneously living more of your life. Lydia can help you spend less money and budget wisely so that you can spend your money on the things that really matter to you.
You can read about Lydia herself here.
3 Reasons You Think You Need Things You Don’t
3 Ways Living in a Small Space Helped Us Save Thousands
How to be a Minimalist With Your Money
Nourishing Minimalism is written by Rachel Jones. Rachel writes about going from clutter to chaos to freedom and joy.
You can read her about page here. This blog is focused on making your home a simpler and more peaceful place.
Practical Minimalism for Real Life Families (Rachel has 4 of 6 kids living at home, so I think she knows a thing or two about this one!)
Simple Lionheart Life
Melissa from Simple Lionheart Life writes about simplicity and minimalism. Here are a few of my favorite posts.
The blog LunanimaFox is all about simplicity and minimalism, self-love, and mindset. It’s owner Rebecca helps people feel less stressed and their lives less cluttered.
Here are some of my favorites posts as well as the about page where you can read how LunanimaFox came about.
Minimalism Gave Me the Life of My Dreams
Minimalism for the Highly Sensitive
You Can Shift Your Story to Change Your Life
The Minimalist Baker
While I am definitely not a cook or a baker for that matter, I am always amazed by what cooks can do with minimal ingredients. This is one minimalist cooking site that I particularly like.
Dana is the owner of The Minimalist Baker. You can read the blog’s about page here. This about page has a lot of great links at the bottom so make sure you check them out for a deeper dive into the blog.
You can check out all the recipes here.
I hope you enjoyed the minimalist blogs and posts. I hope they lead you towards a simple, less cluttered and more peaceful life.
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