Voluntary Simplicity is becoming a popular lifestyle choice.
It’s known as down-shifting, scaling-down, minimizing, being mindful, and living slow.
It’s consuming less, spending less, working less, with less stress, and more freedom.
It’s the anti-modern society lifestyle.
1. Less Consumption
A simple lifestyle means less consumption.
It means less emphasis on material goods, and instead only owning stuff you absolutely love, and truly appreciating it.
Minimize. Downsize. Acquire less.
Only own what need, use, and love.
The art of Hygge helps to you slow down and appreciate simple things.
"Stuff is not passive. Stuff wants your time, attention, allegiance. But you know it as well as I do, life is more important than the things we accumulate.
2. Less space
Living simple can mean downsizing your belongings and the space you live in.
"This is your life and it's ending one minute at a time."
Minimalist Quotes from Fight Club
3. Less work
Simplicity is working less, being less busy, less rushed.
If you spend less, you have the luxury of working less.
You’re not trapped inside the endless hamster wheel or earning and spending.
Quit the fancy job that you really hate and do what gives you joy instead.
"The cost of a thing is the amount of what I will call life which is required to be exchanged for it, immediately or
in the long run."
Henry David Thoreau Quotes
4. Less stress
A simpler lifestyle can mean less stress, less bills, and less debt to worry about.
Less financial stress benefits your personal well-being and your relationships.
“Simplicity is the glory of expression.”
5. More Freedom
Ultimately, the voluntary simplicity lifestyle means being more mindful about how you choose to live your life every day.
It means living slow, adding more freedom, more value, and increasing your quality of life.
Spend less time doing what you don’t want to do, choose to be happier, and spend more time doing what you love!