Explore the world of minimalism with great articles on owning less, changing habits and having more time for the things that really matter.

While Write Change Grow is not a minimalist blog and I am a long way from being a minimalist, particularly one who can count the number of their possessions, I do embrace a lot of the minimalist philosophy.

Aspects I wholeheartedly embrace are valuing freedom in its many forms, doing something that you love for a living, developing yourself as a person, and leading a simpler, less complicated yet fuller life.

Since I started this blog I have included several link posts of great minimalist blogs for you to explore.

My previous posts highlighting minimalist blogs are:

5 Websites to Help Simplify Your Life

5 More Minimalist Blogs to Help Simplify Your Life

6 More Inspiring Minimalist Blogs

For this post, instead of suggesting blogs for you to read, I thought I would pick out an assortment of posts from some of my favorite minimalist blogs.

I have to say, with the wonderful selection on offer, it’s quite hard to pick favorites, but I will give it my best shot. 🙂

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Rowdy Kittens

Tammy Strobel is one of the first minimalists I started reading and I am still a huge fan.

Tiny House Revolution

5 Lessons Learned from 3 Years Blogging

How to Change the World by Rethinking Your Perspective

Flawed Yet Fearless

Running Smalltopia

Zen Habits

Leo Babauta from Zen Habits probably needs little introduction. He is outstanding in the fields of minimalism and blogging.

When Being Who You Are Challenges the Norms

A Guide to Overcoming Procrastination and Finding Focus

Can you spot these 10 Thinking Sins?

The Illusion of Control

The Habit Change Cheatsheet 29 Ways to Successfully Ingrain a Behavior

Becoming Minimalist

One of the many things I like about Joshua Becker is that his minimalist lifestyle involves a family with children. Many people assume they cannot live a minimalist lifestyle once they have kids.

Joshua proves this is definitely not the case.

3 Life-Changing Truths From 3 Years of Minimalism

Encouragement for Your First Step towards Living with Less

Stop Chasing Success Seek Significance

How to Stop Letting Advertisers Control Your Life

Stop Comparing Your Life, Start Living It

Be More With Less

Normally I wouldn’t include a series in a post like this, but the series How to Live in the Land of Enough by Courtney Carver over at Be More With Less is so good I had to include it.

How to Live in the Land of Enough Gratitude

How to Live in the Land of Enough Time

How to Live in the Land of Enough Disconnect

How to Live in the Land of Enough Money

How Simplicity Encourages Creativity

I hope you enjoyed this round-up of minimalist posts and I hope they contribute to your life being simpler, calmer, and more joyful.

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