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Minimalism: Do you practice it?


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Do you practice minimalism? IRL and Online?

 

I do as of this year. I am trying to cut down on accounts and keep only what I need or actually use. As of today, I have decided to use Apple's downtime feature. I am also pretty successful IRL too.

"This is not the end, it is not even the beginning of the end, but it is perhaps the end of the beginning."

 

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I do sometimes. But one can say at times it may produce a lazy outcome. Being minimal and lazy are 2 different things but can sometimes be closely compared in the same way if you aren't being minimal for a legitimate reason. The way I see it, being minimal is okay if your cutting down on what you don't need.
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I do sometimes. But one can say at times it may produce a lazy outcome. Being minimal and lazy are 2 different things but can sometimes be closely compared in the same way if you aren't being minimal for a legitimate reason. The way I see it, being minimal is okay if your cutting down on what you don't need.

Only having what you actually need is what is important.

"This is not the end, it is not even the beginning of the end, but it is perhaps the end of the beginning."

 

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Only having what you actually need is what is important.

 

It's apart of making mistakes in life. They say if you make a mistake you can learn from it. If you don't make any mistakes you'll never learn what to avoid in the future. Being minimal isn't always easy for some people. We all have wants that go beyond regular needs. Just like you wanted that iPhone XS, it wasn't being minimal that you bought it. But that's a term widely misconstrued. It's up for interpretation.

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It's apart of making mistakes in life. They say if you make a mistake you can learn from it. If you don't make any mistakes you'll never learn what to avoid in the future. Being minimal isn't always easy for some people. We all have wants that go beyond regular needs. Just like you wanted that iPhone XS, it wasn't being minimal that you bought it. But that's a term widely misconstrued. It's up for interpretation.

iPhone Xs Max! And yeah

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"This is not the end, it is not even the beginning of the end, but it is perhaps the end of the beginning."

 

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