The new year is full of resolutions and wide-eyed optimism. There’s this feeling that the slate is clean and it’s time to start fresh. If you’re a fan of decluttering or feel that a minimalist lifestyle might help you clear your space and your mind, then check out these 5 TED Talks that will inspire you to be a minimalist.
The Art of Letting Go by The Minimalists
The Minimalists of become rock stars in the Minimalism world and sit next to Marie Kondo who might as well be named the Queen. The Art of Letting Go is encouraging and gives a relatable story of their own lives and how Josh Millburn and Rick Nicodemus found minimalism.
The Ten-Item Wardrobe by Jennifer L. Scott
An interesting concept that Jennifer learned while living in Paris. She explains how minimizing your wardrobe and living with ten items can change not only your storage space but ultimately your life!
Sell Your Crap. Pay Your Debt. Do What You Love. by Adam Baker
I love this TedTalk because it comes from a place of that we can all relate to – we all have debt, we all have crap, and it’s holding us back. Adam’s story is inspiring and encourages us to all get more out of life with less stuff.
The Joy of Less by Kim Coupounas
Kim tells the relatable tale of the hunt for more and how it is never satisfied.
Less Stuff, More Happiness by Graham Hill
Graham asks if having less stuff in less room can increase happiness. He lays out three rules for editing your life.