The goal of minimalism is to live simply by owning less and not having unnecessary expenses — debt included. The focus is shifted from owning physical items to having and creating experiences. While this looks different for everyone, the end result is typically the same: greater peace and wellness.
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There are so many benefits to minimalist living including alleviating depression, increased energy and focus, and reducing overwhelm and mental load. This is because the clutter around your space can actually start to clutter your mind as well.
A Princeton University report stated that everything in your field of vision competes for attention from your brain. If you have to work extra hard to focus on one thing, you’re left exhausted. When there is less competition for attention, your brain can better focus on the task at hand.
With so much talk about minimalism and its benefits, it can be hard not to want to take a step down that road. And while getting started can be difficult, knowing specific things you can do makes the process less daunting. Check out this guide from TurboTenant on how to create a minimalist living space and achieve the clutterless lifestyle you’ve been looking for.
This infographic was originally published on Turbo Tenant.