Minimalism — What is it and is it for you?

In this article, you’ll learn about the benefits of minimalism and who can gain the most from it.
·Published on:March 27, 2021
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Minimalism and sustainability has been surging in popularity within the past ten years. It gathers followers and critics alike. This lifestyle trend prioritizes living intentionally and surrounding yourself with the things that you love. Minimalism is a theory based on valuing experiences rather than things. There are many misconceptions about the movement . Also about how many items you can own. But in reality, it is unique and personalized to every individual. In this article about Minimalism and sustainability GBRI course you’ll learn about the benefits of minimalism and who can gain the most from it.


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    1. To some, taking a new step in life, which is the opposite of how they’ve been living is tough. But love how this course simplified the concept of “Minimalism” and how one can take a step-by-step approach towards it.
      This course has enlightened me on the subject. People tend to complicate the concept. However, it isn’t anything complicated. Rather, it is as simple as anything could get.
      Thank you for such a wonderful course GBRI.

    2. I like the way how the article highlights the concept that You can be a minimalist without having the stereotypical minimalist aesthetic.

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