A Joosr Guide to… The More of Less by Joshua Becker

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    Nastya Kosarievaцитирует5 лет назад
    In essence, minimalism is about removing every possible distraction that’s keeping you from living your true, authentic life. In adopting it as a practice, you’ll learn that you can live more fully by owning less—it really is that simple.
    Nastya Kosarievaцитирует5 лет назад
    Generosity breeds contentment. It will bring you joy and show you that your value as a person is not about what you own but about what you can offer.
    Nastya Kosarievaцитирует5 лет назад
    Material possessions can actually imprison us in a constant state of misery, always wanting more—so it is crucial to become
    Nastya Kosarievaцитирует5 лет назад
    Learn to be mindful of our consumerist culture to stop yourself from spending
    Everywhere we look, we’re bombarded with messages to buy, buy, buy. We’re told that a specific product will bring us happiness, that a brand will give us an identity, and that our lives will be complete once we get the latest gadget. If you can learn to adopt a critical stance towards these consumerist messages, then you can start to shape a richer, more authentic, more gratitude-filled life.
    Nastya Kosarievaцитирует5 лет назад
    Our belongings are a drain on our space, time, money, and energy: everything we own needs to be cleaned, tidied, maintained, repaired, replaced, or insured, and also stored somewhere in our homes. And, most of us fritter away even more of our hard-earned funds by expanding our collections of specific things, such as clothes, shoes, books, kitchenware, or gadgets.
    Nastya Kosarievaцитирует5 лет назад
    Are the things you own enriching your life? Or are they actually a burden and a drain on you? All our lives, we’ve been taught that happiness, satisfaction, and fulfillment can be found in material possessions. The result? Most of us now have much more than we need and live in clutter-filled homes that cause us stress. But the truth is, the things that we own don’t bring us genuine contentment. In fact, they take up precious space, time, money, energy, and attention
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