Stephen Cognetta — My 115 Things
How I live: My 115 things
This post is a list of all the 115 items that I own, thanks to becoming a minimalist two years ago.
- Radix One Slim Wallet (Amazon Link)
- Foldable Storage Ottoman (Amazon Link)
- Swiss Army Pocket Knife (Amazon Link)
Courtney Carver — My 100 Thing Challenge
My 100 Thing Challenge - Be More with Less
Mark and I spent Sunday afternoon on the perfect picnic rock by a roaring stream in Little Cottonwood Canyon. We talked…
- Rosetta Stone headphones (Link)
The Minimalists — Everything I Own: My 288 Things
Everything I Own: My 288 Things | The Minimalists
As a minimalist, I own more than you might think. Although this essay is a somewhat parodic interpretation of my friend…
Minimal Student — My Minimalist Suitcase
My minimalist suitcase & 100 things challenge
Today is my last day on British soil. In a few hours I'll be on a plane to the other side of the world with just a…
- Karate Gi + Belt
- Guitar + accessories
- Nintendo DS (Link)
Colin Wright — All 51 Things I Own
All 51 Things I Own
One of the most popular posts ever here on Exile Lifestyle was All 72 Things I Own, wherein I took a photo of each and…
- Universal Adapter (Link)
Andrew Hyde — Minimalism Project: 39 Things
Minimalism Project Update: 39 Things
When I took off on this trip in August of 2010 I sold or gave away everything I owned. The series of blog posts about…
Impossible HQ— My 97 Things
My 97 Things (Or How I Moved Across The Country With Just 3 Bags) / IMPOSSIBLE ®
My 97 Things I've wanted to count and document all of my things for some time now. I remember reading Colin's site…
- GoPro Hero (Amazon Link)
Man Vs Debt — Pics of Every Single Item We Own
Pictures of every single item we own...
Note: This is a post from Adam Baker, Man Vs. Debt's founder. Nearly three years ago, Courtney and I posted our first…
- Many of these lists are outdated. The purpose of this article is to provide a snapshot of what minimalists own, at a particular time in their life.
- Many minimalists don’t enjoy keeping a strict count of their possessions and don’t continually update their lists. After all, minimalists don’t want to get caught up tracking all their stuff, they want to be free of it!
- The way each minimalist blogger counts their items is very different. The numbers aren’t meant to be comparable.