Minimalist Budget

Afternoon All,

When it comes to money, everyone has their particular ways to stay on track, even if simply that means just to survive. If it works for you, that’s fantastic. I can only speak on how I manage my own finances. I would say I hold a pretty Minimalist Approach overall. Why do I say this? In the simplest explanation, I minimise spending and maximise cash flow.

I will be very honest, I don’t follow the Dave Ramsey Process, or even the Barefoot Investor process. In order for myself to stick to something, it needs to be relevant and show that it works in a relatively short time period. I can’t claim ‘I paid $XX,XXX in 6 months’. I am still very content with the progress made. I haven’t had to make extreme sacrifices. However, I have learnt the benefit of becoming aware.

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5 Positive Impacts of Minimalism

Afternoon All,

I have been an advocate of minimalism for what feels like my whole life. Since childhood, I have loved to organise and declutter. Whether it be the pantry for Mum or my childhood bedroom. This has continued through my adulthood, and it becomes more present the more time goes on.

This thought had got me thinking about my “why” for minimalism. My “why” for continuing to have a minimalist approach to life is that it positively impacts me daily. With realising this, I thought I would share the five most obvious reasons I continue to practice a minimal lifestyle.

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