Hello fellow minimalists and welcome to this blog, where we believe that less is more (except for when it comes to rambling on and on about minimalism). Today we’re talking about the acquisition of money and why it’s totally overrated.
First of all, let’s be real, in this consumer-driven society, everyone is trying to make as much money as possible in order to buy more stuff. But as minimalists, we know that we don’t need much stuff to begin with. So why even bother making all this money for things we don’t need? The idea of having the choice to buy things is kind of an issue in itself.
But don’t worry, we have a solution for you. Just try to keep your expenses under $100 a month if possible (easier said than done, right?). And if you can, get rid of one of your essential needs like food or water. I personally just stick to water and shelter, because food is overrated anyway.
The key to minimalism is to minimize the amount of wealth you have, which will force you to live in a more intentional way. For example, if you’re really hungry, you become very aware of it. See, minimalism can even help you become more in tune with your body’s needs.
Thank you to the person who inspired this blog post for sharing your thoughts on the acquisition of money and minimalism. Your perspective on the idea of having a choice to buy things and the concept of minimizing wealth to live in a more intentional way really resonated with us. Your insights have given us a lot to think about and have helped shape this post. Thank you for your contribution to the minimalist community.
But seriously, the acquisition of money is a maximalist idea. And we’re not just saying that to sound cool and edgy. So in true minimalist fashion, we’ll end this post by saying nothing (because less is more, remember?). Happy minimalism!