What is minimalism as a lifestyle? | Minimalism Brand
In today's post we are going to deal with the topic of Minimalism as a lifestyle from our experience and point of view in Minimalism Brand.
We already explained the other day that minimalism , for us, is not just having a few things, but rather that these should be useful for our day to day life and should play a role in our lives . Understanding that the ideal is not to buy on impulse, buy in a thoughtful way, understanding how and where the products you are going to buy have been manufactured.
Minimalism can be understood in many ways and applies to many aspects of our lives.
Minimalism can affect our way of consumption and our wardrobe:
"I don't buy to buy, I only buy things that I really need and use, I try that most of my purchases are not impulsive and are thoughtful" .
This is said by Pepe Martín (founder of Minimalism in one of his videos ).
Another example is how Minimalism affects our way of life and style:
The fact of having few things and knowing that they are all useful for day-to-day life can save us time, help us make better decisions and thus eliminate stress from our lives.
"We discovered this empirically by traveling the world with a backpack in which we only carried what was important."
Víctor Rodado comments in the interview that Business Insider conducted with us.
Knowing that we do not need many things, we will not have to worry about buying more or wanting more, what we have is what we need and use.
This also helps us not to have to compare ourselves, thanks to minimalism we know what we need and we don't care if the neighbor has a bigger house, a car that runs faster or wears such a brand on his clothes, we don't need to compare ourselves or be marked with great logos to know who we are or what community we belong to.
We try to carry out this way of applying minimalism to our lives in our brand to promote the conscious manufacture of products at affordable prices without the need for logos or brands. Thus promoting that our customers only buy when they really need it.
This is how we see minimalism and how we believe it can help reduce stress, create a habit of responsible consumption.