Goodbye Stuff, Hello Happiness
I'm not talking about the minimalism of the wealthy, who hire interior designers to appoint their loft apartments with sparse and expensive design elements. This is not about a rich person's minimalist aesthetic, or a clothing fashion based on cashmere neutrals. I'm not interested in minimalist 'style'. No, I'm talking about the minimalism of working class people like me. This is about choosing to be something other than a compulsive consumer of things. It's about stepping back from the insanity.