Minimalism has many benefits. It’s taught me to question what I buy. 💰 In this video, I’ll talk about 10 things I don’t buy anymore after embracing a more minimalist lifestyle and becoming more environmentally conscious, as well as health conscious.
These are things that I feel that no longer serve a purpose in my life and things that are not good for my health/environment. I think minimalism is a good tool to figure out what’s really important and what is extraneous. Hope you enjoy the video!
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By: The Whole Happy Life
Title: 10 THINGS I DON’T BUY ANYMORE (minimalism + 🌱 environment)
Sourced From: www.youtube.com/watch?v=sN9FrJ23mk0
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