In a world full of the latest gadgets, designer outfits, and accessories galores, we have made the decision to let it all go and focus on the experiences and things that bring us joy. We nourish our bodies with the healthiest foods money can buy, exercise religiously, spend quality time with our children, and spend time feeding our souls. A lifestyle only obtained after we said goodbye to excessive consumerism and made the transition to minimalism.
What is minimalism, you ask? Minimalism is a tool to help you focus on what is important to you and get rid of everything else.
As a family we have already purged 50% of our belongings. Things we had accumulated over the years but never used. Sitting and collecting dust and adding to our mental and physical clutter. As we carried out, sold, donated, and even trashed what seemed like mountains of garbage bags, we vowed never to let this happen again. Although we are very careful with money, we had fallen into the well laid out trap of consumerism.
Every item in our home now serves a purpose and brings us joy. We have vowed to be very mindful of everything that enters into our sanctuary. Recognizing that life is not a destination but a journey, this path to minimalism is only the beginning...