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  1. This is cool. Minimalism is okay to me, finding pleasure in why you love the most. Finding happiness where you are, and where ever you find yourself, finding pleasure within yourself without an external body. This is worth the time and I will save for my friends for viewing. Thank S for the article .i like it

    1. Thanks for your comment, John. Enjoy the simple pleasures in life.

  2. Thanks for your comment Kashia. Those items you have packed up and stored away can earn you money to get items you need or can really use.
    Items can also be donated or given to family and friends to be used and ad value to their lives.

  3. Hello,
    Ive just visited your website and it is very organized .at first glance i can see youve put some work into your layout. like your use of pictured to promote the flow of the page. Content is well put together and resourceful. Im still new at this and i appreciate good examples of a functioning page thats easy on the eyes.
    Thanks,
    Sunshine

    1. Thanks for your comment Sunshine but don’t blink because I can’t stop making changes. LOL.

  4. I actually never thought of it as living with quality rather than quantity. Now that I think about it, there are so many things I have that I don’t use, they just end up getting packed up and stored who knows where.

    Living like a minimalist sounds so beneficial.

    Thanks for such an informative post. I used to picture minimalists living in empty houses with just a few things to accommodate for basic needs. But reading this, it actually sounds like something I should consider.

  5. Thanks for your comment Kashia. Those items you have packed up and stored away can earn you money to get items you need or can really use.
    Items can also be donated or given to family and friends to be used and ad value to their lives.

  6. I actually never thought of it as living with quality rather than quantity. Now that I think about it, there are so many things I have that I don’t use, they just end up getting packed up and stored who knows where.

    Living like a minimalist sounds so beneficial.

    Thanks for such an informative post. I used to picture minimalists living in empty houses with just a few things to accommodate for basic needs. But reading this, it actually sounds like something I should consider.

  7. Hello,
    Ive just visited your website and it is very organized .at first glance i can see youve put some work into your layout. like your use of pictured to promote the flow of the page. Content is well put together and resourceful. Im still new at this and i appreciate good examples of a functioning page thats easy on the eyes.
    Thanks,
    Sunshine

    1. Thanks for your comment Sunshine but don’t blink because I can’t stop making changes. LOL.

  8. This is cool. Minimalism is okay to me, finding pleasure in why you love the most. Finding happiness where you are, and where ever you find yourself, finding pleasure within yourself without an external body. This is worth the time and I will save for my friends for viewing. Thank S for the article .i like it

    1. Thanks for your comment, John. Enjoy the simple pleasures in life.

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