It seems in life we are always on the hunt for the next thing. We are always wishing for something else something different than what we already have. It’s a cycle that never really brings contentment. Instead we get something we wanted and then quickly move on to wanting something else.
One of the first steps to moving towards minimalism is minimal spending. One of the first steps towards minimal spending is learning to want less and to be content with what you have. You’ll most likely never be a minimal spender if you continually want newer things. Today I want to help you work towards getting over that. Today I want to talk about ways to help you be content in life. continue reading
Whenever we find ourselves in a store and looking at an item there are a few different things that go through our head. I believe once our attention is brought to an item for purchase our mind instantly goes into reasons to justify us buying it.
If you are a trained minimal spender you are able to quickly combat these thoughts and continue walking. However, if you are not trained in this art form it can be hard to keep walking and instead you keep spending. continue reading
Sometimes we know when change is needed, other times we have no idea. Sometimes it takes a big tragedy or road sign before we realize that the way we’ve been doing things hasn’t been working like we’ve imagined.
Today I wanted to be that sign for you, in case you needed it! Today I wanted to walk you through five signs that you should probably start moving towards minimal spending with your money. I hope they encourage you, but also give you a little shove into making progress with your spending habits!
Let’s get into it, shall we? continue reading
So in my last post I talked about what your spending habits say about you. If you haven’t read that one yet you can check it out here. But if you did get a chance to read it and are now wanting to try and change those spending habits that don’t reflect who you are, I thought today’s post might be helpful!
So I’m going to share some simple tips that will help you to start changing your spending habits and move towards more minimal spending. Ready? continue reading
If someone was to look at your bank statement right now, would they know who you are? Would they know anything truthful about you?
Where we put our money says a lot about who we are as a person. With every penny we spend we are casting a vote and that vote matters for our life. We only have so much money after all, how and what we use it for means something. continue reading