Back in December 2015 I and my ex-girlfriend part ways in a bad way. We were not on good terms. This led me to hurt myself and pushing away people who care for me. I thank our relationship because of that I found myself watching The Minimalism Documentary of JFM and Ryan.
To be honest, I searched google on how to find happiness and as I was scrolling and reading I saw the documentary The Minimalists and searched where I can watch it for free.
Right after watching I was able to declutter the ‘things’ we both shared. Sentimental stuff especially pictures of us together. I feel lighter and better.
Then, I thought Minimalism wasn’t just about decluttering stuff, being organized or trying to live a zero-waste life. But it all has a different meaning to every one of us.
And the most important thing Minimalism taught me is finding contentment on less, adding value to people, giving your full attention, being mindful and intentional, and really it doesn’t matter whether you call yourself a minimalist or not.
I am happy with the life that I have. I am in a new relationship after a few years. I am learning. I am growing. Making the most of my earthly time.
This is #MyStory what’s yours?
How much time are you spending on stuff you don’t really care about? Have you taken the time to get clear on your values? If you don’t create your own definition of success someone will create it for you. (this is a take away from Matt D’Avella link: )https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrf_dMnatW0&t=300s)
P.S. I have said to myself before that I don’t want an office style kind of work but I am now employed again in an office and happy with the people I am working with. This makes me love my work even better. I am doing stuff that I like after work like basketball and making videos. By the way, any feedback with my writing? I am trying to learn to write more. Thank you!