As I take steps, large or small, into this journey of minimalism, I find that I need some form of motivation. Often I am able to inspire myself, or become inspired by those around me. Though, sometimes I feel that I am in need of more (inspiration, not stuff).
When this is the case, I sometimes find it in places you wouldn’t expect. Still, there are times when I need direct motivation. That is when I visit the wisdom of some of the minimalism pioneers.
Below are some websites that should offer you the same inspiration it did me. I will update this regularly as I am able, or as I discover new wisdom.
Authored by Joshua Becker, we are encouraged to embrace rational minimalism, discover the importance of owning less and spend time on what we value.
The duo Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus write witty and informational essays about living a more meaningful life with less stuff.
Leo Babauta writes about ways to implement, well, zen habits. He uses his experiences to connect to his peers while leading a minimalist lifestyle.
Minimalist Francine Jay teaches us how to eliminate the distractions that keep us from appreciating life.
The unclutterer team helps create organization and remove the unnecessary with helpful and informative tips.
Obviously. What would a list of inspiring minimalist sites be without THIS site?
Do you know of others that I should be visiting regularly? Please contact me via comments, e-mail, or the social networks below.
Thanks, and happy minimizing!