Being a minimalist with a leaning towards zero waste in university is difficult. Here are a few tips to help stick to the minimalist lifestyle in college.
This blog has received its first blogger recognition! When I initially began blogging, I simply desired to lay out accurate information for those like me – those who wish to attempt at constructing a minimalist lifestyle. As it progressed, the blog has come to encompass several disparate areas such as food, lifestyle, art, and literature. I’m glad I was able to be of service to all those who visited my blog and viewed my writings!
One of the most important aspects of minimalism is decluttering. While cleansing the home and going through belongings is vital, taking care of the body and mind is just as important.
Minimalism can be quite difficult to apply to all aspects of life. I found it rather taxing to declutter university things and continue to find troublesome the maintenance of a minimalist university lifestyle. Here are some tips from my experiments so far!
Since I began the 33 Capsule Closet program, my closet has become quite condensed. I have a tough time sometimes mixing and matching my pieces, but I’ve become comfortable in both style and selection. Here’s a tip for utilizing long t-shirts!
In a string of purchases from Adidas, I’ve added a new shirt and a black hat to my minimalist wardrobe capsule. Here’s an update on my 33 capsule wardrobe.