This documentary is more about the problems with our consumerist culture and fast fashion than the benefits of minimalism. However, it’s really relevant and helped me commit to a minimalist lifestyle, so I do recommend watching it if you have time!
A photo project featuring nine teen and millennial minimalists from around the world––Argentina, Canada, France, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore and the U.S––as well as what minimalism means to each of them.
This article is a great example of how minimalism can empower you to reclaim your time. For the past couple of years, I’ve had a print copy of the 5 Ways to Reclaim Your Time displayed in my room as a constant reminder of how I can start each day deliberately.
In summary: 1. threadbare stuff 2. uncomfortable knickers 3. cheap trend pieces 4. things that don't fit 5. shoes that pinch 6. bad quality pieces 7. make up overload 8. creasy clothing 9. un-loved jewelry 10. things that make us feel ugly!