What di you think about minimalism?

Rainforest N.
(If your talking about the style) I love it! My entire bedroom and a lot of my house is themed around it
(If your talking about something else I sincerely apologise as this won’t be useful 😂)

R My Q.
Certainly better than living for stuff. It frees you up for doing other things with your life than living for constant consumption

Jeni O.
It’s a nice thing to not thing that big and to like small things ore to be organised, sometimes it’s good to think like that

Bertram W.
Minimalism is good, helps to relax and brings to a state of calmness and composure. In the meantime it's not always appropriate

Jasmina E.
I think minimalism is good in someways. It can help simplify life and help you keep it organized. One negative thing about minimalism in my opinion is that there is not any sense of adventure. Always following the same simplistic lifestyle can get boring.

Franka X.
I think it is quite extreme as a type of style, then again there are some people who enjoy it but it's kind of lonely in my opinion.

Celestia Z.
no<3 I mean yeah, maybe it looks cute but that's for only a little while and personally I feel filling your house with things makes it feel more like a home? like minimalist houses look soulless tbh… other than that about like minimalist designs on stuff yeah I think it's really cool it looks really good as well… plus minimalism could never be me cuz I'm too emotially attached to everything around me so I could never throw anything away lol

Anna P.
The first and probably the most important benefit of living a minimalist life is being free of financial stress and saving more money. Without the desire to buy useless things, you can save money for something valuable in the long run. You can spend money more on things that truly make you happy.
When you live as a minimalist, you strive to only use things that serve a purpose. It's about living
the life to the fullest.
Minimalism is a tool to rid yourself of life's excess in favor of focusing on what's important—so you can find happiness, fulfillment, and freedom.

Rishika T.
I actually quite like Minimalism, honestly it helps when you have a clean and decluttered space. It can literally be applied anywhere whether it's your room, your entire home, your office, study, or even how you arrange your phone. Some might feel there's less creativity around the concept of minimalism, but to look at the broader side it actually helps promote creativity within yourself. 🙂

Felix W.
I mean I think that it's good because it means you can live without more things. Maybe you could save money by doing this too and live a better lifestyle without a lot of unnecessary things.

Sofie C.
It reduces the amount of pressure of desire to go back to the habit, currently trying to stop……because with minimal reduction in every action practice produces good results.

Hilary F.
When you live as a minimalist, you strive to only use things that serve a purpose. It's about living simply and having only what you need to go about your daily life. For instance, some people may start a no-spend challenge or only fill their home with items they absolutely need.

Jayla N.
Minimalism is hard work. Closing all the tabs on a browser, admitting to yourself that closet space is more important than holding onto that project you will probably never finish, cutting ties with mentos of the past, saying no to something cute to brighten up a room, and culling your wardrobe are the opposite of fun.
Lack of clutter is freeing. Getting there is a process.
Start with one space. It’s hard to keep up everywhere.

Cindy Z.
It generally depends on the topic. If it's about personal effects I can understand it in a sense, and for furniture I can see the appeal.

Magnus P.
I really like this style. Actually, my room is based on minimalism, so… If someone gave me a choice between minimalism and re-combination, I would choose minimalism because it is closer to me as a person, but some, for example, rooms that are re-combined are also very nice.

Lilly F.
I prefer it. Too many things clutter my space and thus my mind. A cluttered mind leads to stress and anxiety. Anxiety leads to undesirable behaviours which I am barely able to stop. Some days (usually at night), I cannot stop them at all.

Jimmie T.
I think if someone doesn't have much living space adopting this can be incredibly helpful in creating a neat environment around themselves. I tried the KonMari techniques, which in my case resulted in diminishing my wardrobe by approx. two thirds, so I can definitely see the appeal of having little possessions. That being said, I also think this shouldn't come at the expense of the soon-to-be minimalist person loosing things they genuinely love and will miss – say, a mug collection, however big it may be. All in all, I think it's great for people who need/want it, but it should be done mindfully so as not to bring pain

Livia E.
It is a good way to keep things/life in a simple and manageable way. I think it also helps with keeping you environment, living space and you form feeling clustered and overwhelming. It help to promote good work ethic when it comes to achieving the goals that you set out to accomplished.

Willard Y.
Being a minimalist means you value yourself more than material things. It means making decisions based on what you need instead of getting everything you want. It does not mean the things you buy are cheap. It means they are something you need, regardless of how much they cost.

Benjamin P.
I think if you wanna live that life style than that is perfectly fine but I personally like to have something I know is mime and that

Alex F.
Well it really depends on a particular topic for example if you're talking about minimalism with mental health then I would say it can be very helpful sometimes as minimalists usually have less stress and they tend to be more happy, if maybe you elaborate what topic you would like to know about then maybe I would be able to give a good answer. Have an amazing day/evening /night 🙂

Crow N.
I think minimalism is quite silly, I mean, the idea of it can look very pretty, but minimalistic spaces hardly look LIVED in, there’s no knickknacks indicating you like dnd, or dragons, there’s no fun magnets on the fridge door keeping all your doodles nice and safe, there’s no indication of really anything really just the basics.

Having the things around me that make me happy is really comforting, and even if it gets messy sometimes I can still always just take some time out of my day to neaten it

Elmar X.
I think it's good because if I make something too complicated, then in the later times I'll just get bored at it or it will just remind me on how hard will the next one be. My Idol is Steve Jobs, even though I'll never be like him, I do agree with one of his vision. Steve Jobs rather woulf adore and make something simple than make something that's overlycomplicated. If I make something simple, then in later time I'll just look at it and encourage myself that I can make another one.

Ace J.
I think it’s him can be great, but sometimes we just need other things to express ourselves, and sometimes more is better than a little

Celina Z.
I like the idea of it, how ever as an artist and quite a sentamental person I like to fill my space with things that inspire me and remind me of those who love me

Cookie W.
I think it's a great wat to get yourself situated and organized. If your thinking about having a minimalism life style, I SAY GOOO FOR IT!!

Eden A.
I'm not much of a fan of minimalism honestly. I like having lots and lots of things, that way if someone need something I have it. I also like to have little knick knacks everywhere. I bring little plastic bugs with me in my wallet.

Sula S.
I think that in some circumstances, minimalism is beneficial but not always. Recently, it has become a trend, which can cause people to strip down parts of their life in terms of aesthetic or an ideal lifestyle. Sometimes it is beneficial though, because it can lead people to cut out clutter, unnecessary or unorganized habits, and other things from life. It might let people focus on priorities and the most important parts of life, whether that be sentimental objects, lifestyle choices, habits, etc.

Michelle U.
It's economical and humbling. It prevents us from being impulsive regarding purchase. And to live for our own instead for others. It's an all round good way of living. Though wabi sabi is more good way of living compared to minimalistic lifestyle