The Best Argument For Minimalism I’ve Found So Far

Look, I’m not trying to get you to give up all your stuff and be a dish towel wearing hermit.

I’m asking you to look seriously at your baggage (physical, social, and emotional) and decide what actually adds value to your life.

Here’s a great example:

This is a photo of a divorcing couple, in court, dividing up their beanie babies.

I don’t know the details of this breakup, so it could be a completely healthy one for all I know.

All I can tell you is that it looks an awful lot like they are valuing the wrong stuff.

Consider this a strong visual representation of “Christmas Yet To Come.”

Whether it’s physical stuff, emotional stuff, work projects, ideas, or whatever–it’s up to you to make sure you’re focusing your time and energy on the few things that truly add value.

The rest is all noise.

The rest is a distraction.

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What is your intention for today?

What will you accomplish?

What will you get done no matter what gets in your way?

Decide on one, focused thing and get going.

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