Lately, I’ve been focusing on getting back to the root of what made me want to live minimally and simply. I know that my idea of it has been changing, but overall – I still love minimalism. I love the simplicity of it all by focusing on what truly matters and letting go of the rest. When I first found out about minimalism I read a lot of articles, books, and watched TED Talks on the reality of living simply. I couldn’t believe this was something that was truly attainable. But over time, I’ve learned that it is!
I love podcasts, as you know, but I am also a lover of YouTube channels and TED Talks. I soak up self-help like a sponge. However, I take in what I believe helps me and let go of the rest. My view of minimalism has definitely changed from when I first started practicing this concept. When I began, I was in college. Now I’m a college graduate so my priorities have shifted. I’m also more focused on living mindfully in my everyday life along with the items I acquire.
If you’re curious about how someone could live simply and minimally then these TED Talks are for you!
five ted talks that will inspire you to live minimally:
1 | a rich life with less stuff by the minimalists
2 | less stuff more happiness by graham hill
3 | minimalism: for a more full life by grant blakeman
4 | the masterpiece of a simple life by maura malloy
5 | sell your crap, pay your debt, do what you love by adam baker
did any of these TED Talks inspire you to live minimally?