A minimalist lifestyle does not just apply to the amount of stuff you have. Instead, it is very much tied into how we think. Thinking minimalist or intentional thoughts can make it much easier to make simpler and more intentional choices, no matter what we are talking about.
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While there are many ways that people can develop a minimalist mindset, I will address three key concepts in today's post!
1. Overcome Functional Fixedness: The term functional fixedness refers to only seeing one use or one purpose for each item that we own, rather than being creative and being able to problem solve with objects that could serve multiple purposes. When we think creatively about the items that we own, we are more likely to understand that they can be used in many different ways, which will prevent us from purchasing new single-use items. This...