Book about minimalism: Minimalism

Yes, the cover of this book tells you exactly what to expect. This book is about minimalism. The core of minimalism really. It’s quite a short book I’d say, which allignes exactly with their message: focus on the important things. This book is written by Ryan Nicodemus and Joshua Fields Millburn, also known as the Minimalists. I’ve written a post before about them before, about their documentary and podcast. Back then I hadn’t read their book but now I did and I needed to share it with you. This book is amazing!

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Must Watch: Tidying up with Marie Kondo

It does not happen a lot: me watching a full season of a show in just one day. But it did. I watched the full season 1 Tidying up with Marie Kondo and I am so excited about it! This show has it all for me, because the underlying message has a lot to do with minimalism and zero waste. Today I’ll tell you why I think you must watch it.

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Weekly diary #72: decluttering and getting rid of stuff

Hi there! You’re looking at my weekly diary. In this diary I want to show you how I try to live an eco-positive lifestyle and so how that looks on a daily basis. The past week I had some orders for my package free webshop, I finally worked out again and decluttered my room! Want to read along? Continue reading “Weekly diary #72: decluttering and getting rid of stuff”

I’ve adopted some plants!

Over the years, my mindset has changed. I have become a minimalist. I like to own less and care less about stuff. I feel like I am on that point already. But however, I bought some things for in my room! I bought some plants! Today I want to tell you why, and how. Continue reading “I’ve adopted some plants!”

Circular Economy: The Book Library

Today I want to share something about lending with you. About lending books! If you’re a reader (like me) this is almost a must when it comes to trying to living sustainable. Lending is the new buying! And it should be, because it is has many benefits! Not only for the environment, but for yourself too. I have a card at the local library and I want to tell you why.

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Weekly diary #59: I celebrated my birthday

Hi there, welcome back into my weekly diary, in which I want to show you how I live an eco-positive life. The past week I celebrated my birthday! Continue reading “Weekly diary #59: I celebrated my birthday”

Weekly diary #58: it’s my birthday!

Hi there! Welcome to a new weekly diary of mine in which I want to show you what eco-positive living looks like. I am not perfect, but I do want to show that small steps can make a big impact. The past week I was interviewed, I was mentioned in the local newspaper with Loose Enschede and I turned 20! Wanna read along? Continue reading “Weekly diary #58: it’s my birthday!”

The Minimalists

If you follow my weekly diaries or know me well in real-life, you know that I try to possess as little stuff as possible. If I look back at the Romee from about 3 years ago my mindset has completely shifted. I was a hoarder, more stuff was better. Especially when something was offered to me and it was cheap I immediately thought I needed it. I remember one day where I walked into a store, HEMA, and I only needed one thing. I thought it would be very weird to only buy one thing and so I picked two more useless items just so that I didn’t buy just one thing. It’s insane, I know. Luckily I’m not that same person anymore. I am a minimalist now. The mindset is here and I’m always working on it. There are two people who got me into minimalist. Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus: The Minimalists.

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