I Am Minimalist.

I have so much to tell, but I have no time to sit down, write, rewrite and say this all in almost good English… ๐Ÿ™‚ .
So I become Minimalist. Have no other choice.
I keep things very simple and short. I need only minimal amount of material things…
As you notice , even my Blog Posts are getting shorter and shorter… ๐Ÿ™‚ .

What I’m doing all day?
Well, I sleep, I eat, I cook, I clean, I talk on the phone, I write, I keep blogging, researching, promoting and selling my Book, I meditate, I dream….
And I’m very slow doing this all, due to my joints pain.
And time goes fast. Very fast.

I have reduced my belongings to minimum.
Lost two friends lately.
I even work for minimum… ๐Ÿ™‚ .
So I’m total Minimalist!
And I’m very happy about this all. I have very little to worry about.

Thanks for visiting.
โค .
God Bless you all.

39 thoughts on “I Am Minimalist.

  1. We all struggle with how to find more time with chores both in and out of the blog is spear. I have written many posts on it recently because it is such a common problem if you are interested. Feel better with your joint pain; I am sorry.

  2. I am a minimalist too. Its been an evolving journey along a path of mental, emotional, physical and spiritual clutter…it has been a profoundly freeing experience. Thanks for posting this.

  3. In some ways a minimalist lifestyle is good, it filters out the useless things, and lets you focus on people and things that are of true value.
    Hope your joint pain is well soon… (sorry if that sounds hollow, I know most times it is chronic, but I do sincerely hope)
    Although your posts are short they are still great, and have a lot to learn from.
    And wow! Meditating is such a good practice. Wishing you peace and joy. Best wishes.

  4. Thank you for the complement! I recently left Indianapolis to live here in Florida and before I left I had reduced all of my life’s belongings into a collection that would fit in a Honda civic. I am enjoying being a minimalist these days …..

  5. I became somewhat of a minimalist about twelve years ago when we made a long move. I found I lived quite well and for a long time without all that ‘stuff’ so I got rid of it and haven’t looked back. If I bring a couple new things in, I take a couple others to Goodwill for recycling. Works well and feels right. ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Thank you for liking โ€œPowerful Verticality,โ€ โ€œStrange Passage,โ€ and โ€œOtherworldly.โ€ Interesting post! ๐Ÿ™‚ I am glad that you have found a way of life that brings you happiness. As I get older, I find that time is speeding up for me too, and I also want to simplify my life to make the most of the moments I have in this world.

  7. It is not easy to be a minimalist. When I go through my stuff, there is still that ceramic horse with the broken tail that Aunt Gladys gave to me a long, long time ago. I don’t have room to display it on my bureau or on my bookshelf. I keep it in a box, in my garage.

  8. Interesting since my minimalist life: sleep, eat, watch tv, eat, sleep, and repeat -is the most thing I can manage to do lately. ๐Ÿ˜€ *JK
    Nice blog and hi from me!

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