The best benefit of minimalism is the ability to save time finding things. Time is the most precious resource we have. As an entrepreneur, I would often rather spend money to save time because time is limited while money is unlimited in the abundance mindset. Spend more time with your family, friends and pursuing passions that make you feel alive.
When the clutter around you begins to fade you will notice that so do the clouds in your brain. This is a high-quality investment because you will be more productive and efficient with your time in order to spend more time exploring and laughing with old friends.
When you declutter your life you also will enjoy a strong sense of freedom. Keeping track of more possessions not only clutters up your physical space but also your mind.
A sense of happiness tends to take over people with fewer possessions. It is a strange phenomenon in moderation.
Part of the minimalist life is mindful spending. You don’t want to declutter your life just to buy it all back. This will save you a great deal of money and time buying things you never actually needed anyway.
Quality over quantity. I’d rather have 3 high-quality pairs of shoes than 30 cheap pairs that will fall apart over time and clutter my life.
This way of life is ideal for those interested in adventure and travel. When you own fewer things you have less to worry about and more freedom to pick up and go.
Do you own your stuff or does your stuff own you?