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  1. Finding what makes you happy and being able to live the lifestyle you want is what we all should seek. Love your powerful message!

  2. Ronnie Jordan says:

    I hear you. I have a full-time job and been there for awhile going nowhere. Every raise I get does not even come close to pulling me out of just making it. By the time you get a raise the cost of living has went up 3 times as much. Thant is why I started my own business. I refuse to go our a lifetime worker only to struggle on some cheesy retirement.

  3. Thanks for your comment Walldecalguy. It is always surprising how much junk we accumulate. Happy you decided to do something about it.

  4. walldecalguy says:

    Very true. I have started myself towards minimalism quite some time ago. I have taken maybe 60 boxes to thrift stores and do all my shopping there now as well. Yet, somehow I still find piles of stuff I need to get rid of. Not to mention, I never seem to miss anything that I donate away. It is easier and less stressful when you start to realize how little you really need to be happy. Does that mean I don’t constantly strive to improve my life? No way. It just means I strive different types of improvement and share much more of my blessings than before.

    Thanks for the great article.

  5. Finding what makes you happy and being able to live the lifestyle you want is what we all should seek. Love your powerful message!

  6. Thanks for your comment Walldecalguy. It is always surprising how much junk we accumulate. Happy you decided to do something about it.

  7. Ronnie Jordan says:

    I hear you. I have a full-time job and been there for awhile going nowhere. Every raise I get does not even come close to pulling me out of just making it. By the time you get a raise the cost of living has went up 3 times as much. Thant is why I started my own business. I refuse to go our a lifetime worker only to struggle on some cheesy retirement.

  8. walldecalguy says:

    Very true. I have started myself towards minimalism quite some time ago. I have taken maybe 60 boxes to thrift stores and do all my shopping there now as well. Yet, somehow I still find piles of stuff I need to get rid of. Not to mention, I never seem to miss anything that I donate away. It is easier and less stressful when you start to realize how little you really need to be happy. Does that mean I don’t constantly strive to improve my life? No way. It just means I strive different types of improvement and share much more of my blessings than before.

    Thanks for the great article.

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