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If you’re a regular here at Gypsy Soul then you’ll already know that we have been on a minimalism journey now for about 3 years now. It’s definitely not something that you can achieve overnight but with perseverance, you can get there and believe me it’s so worth it.
Find out here how I finally got our home in order once and for all. Without getting too gushy and emotional, minimalism really has changed our lives.
Our home is organised and generally stays that way. I spend a quarter of the time cleaning than I used to and we now have so much more free time to do the things we really love.
Having less stuff has definitely resulted in less stress for us.
So what is a TED talk?
In case you’re not familiar TED is a nonprofit media organisation devoted to spreading great ideas. All of the talks are 18 minutes or less so perfect if you’re short on time. They have talks on thousands of different topics. Today I thought I’d share my favourite Ted talks on minimalism with you.
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Here are 15 Ted Talks on Minimalism
Adam Baker: Sell your Crap. Pay your Debt. Do What You Love
Amy Henion: How Can Tiny Houses Offer The Ultimate Freedom To Our Generation?
Andrew Morrison: Tiny House Movement
Angela Horn: The Less You Own, The More You Have
David Friedlander: Less: The Lifestyle
Erin & Dondi Harner: Tiny Home, Big Life – An Experiment in Simple Living
Grahan Hill: Less Stuff, More Happiness
Grant Blakeman: Minimalism – For a More Full Life
Jennifer L.Scott: The Ten-Item Wardrobe
Jon Jandai: Life is Easy. Why Do We Make It So Hard
Kim Coupounas: The Joy Of Less
Mark Boyle: The Moneyless Man
Marty Stano: Adventures with Minimalism and Happiness
The Minimalists: A Rich Life with Less Stuff
The Minimalists: The Art of Letting Go
I really hope you enjoy the talks and feel inspired to minimise your own life after watching them.
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