Podcast 010 | Minimalism

This episode is a little different. I share a series of stories from age 5 to age 34 about how I became a consumerist of all things money could buy and how it was not until I had burdened myself, mom, friends and family with all my stuff that finally began to shift from consumerist to minimalist in 2016. It has not been an easy journey, but I am glad that I made the change.

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2 thoughts on “Podcast 010 | Minimalism

    1. Sara the feeling is amazing for sure, but during the process I had to give myself so many pep talks, as I gave aways so many things I never used once and felt like it was a waste of money to give it away without even one use. In the end, I had to tell myself that it is this kind of “One day” thinking that got you here with all this unused stuff..lol. THank you so much for your comment and taking the time to listen to the podcast! Harlem

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