Becoming a minimalist — I’m happier with just one backpack
Nikolaj Astrup

I liked your ‘counter arguments’, but I am confused as to why you think people often believe minimalism is difficult with kids. Is it because children require more ‘things’? Will they feel the desire to have more due to the norms they are exposed to in school and around their peers outside of the house?

I think raising children with exposure to minimalist ideals could be extremely enriching for both the child and parent!

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