Minimalism Inspiration: Free Resources to Help You Live Simply

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When I started my minimalism journey, I needed a lot of help. After a lot of researching, I gained the minimalism inspiration I needed to take control of my life and everything within it.

All of the resources mentioned are what helped me and inspired my minimalism journey. I hope they help you as well!

Minimalism Inspiration

This first group of resources are blog posts and videos I found to help me understand what minimalism is really about. I learned that minimalism is more than decluttering down to the essentials, but that it creates an impact in every area of your life.

Miss Minimalist’s The Joy of One: Pan

The (Mostly) Simple Life’s The Kitchen Appliance That Saves Me Hundreds Per Year

Mnmlist’s FAQs

Simply + Fiercely’s 20 Ways I’ve Simplified My Life

Zoey Arielle’s Minimalism: 8 Ways My Life Changed

The Whole Happy Life’s 10 Ways Minimalism Changed My Life: Benefits of Living Simply

Simply + Fiercely’s How Minimalism Changed My Life

Allie Inspired’s Minimalist Lifestyle: Mindfulness Tips | How Minimalism Changed My Life

My Green Closet’s Zoella’s Fall Style – Get it Greener | Eco & Fair Fashion Alternatives

Zoey Arielle’s Minimalism Inspiration: 20 Quotes

Allie Casazza’s How Minimalism is Biblical

Ted Talks and Presentations

The following Ted Talks and presentations helped me see how minimalism could evolve into other areas of my life. They are inspirational and impactful.

Bea Johnson: “Zero Waste Home” | Talks at Google

The ten-item wardrobe | Jennifer L. Scott | TEDxStGeorge

Beyond the Message: Minimalism and the Bible

How Intentional Living Breeds Freedom | Kathleen Ventura | TEDxGreatHillsWomen

Minimalist Decor Inspiration

While I was ready to declutter, I didn’t quite understand what minimalism looked like when it comes to decor. These are just a new posts that helped me see how I could simplify my home and gave me something to work towards.

Rachel Aust’s DIY Room Makeover

Rachel Aust’s Bathroom Makeover

The Girl Gone Green’s Minimalist Studio Apartment Tour

Brit+Co.’s 13 Minimalist Fall Decor Ideas for the Lazy Decorator

Decluttering Inspiration

Decluttering isn’t easy. It takes a lot of thought and combing through what you have. There were times I was ready to give up, but after watching videos and reading blog posts, I was ready to get back to it.

These videos and blog posts taught me and motivated me to really dig deep. While decluttering is always a work in progress, they helped me get rid of my excess a lot quicker than I would have without them.

30 Day Minimalist Decluttering Challenge

Rachel Aust – How To Cull + Organize Your Makeup Collection

Decor By The Seashore’s How to Declutter Your Entire Home In One Weekend

Christine Kobzeff’s Declutter Playlist

Plant-Based Bride’s Declutter Your Computer!

Simply + Fiercely’s 15 Things to Declutter (That Aren’t Things)

Morgan Yates’ 17 OUTFITS FROM 10 ITEMS | Fall Capsule Wardrobe 101

A Small Life’s 40 Fast Ways to Clear Clutter

Glimpses of Grace’s Bathroom Declutter & Organization

Simply Cherie’s Declutter & Organize Under the Bathroom Sink

Libby Withnall’s Laundry Declutter and Organization

Aka Mommy’s Cleanadays – Laundry Room

ExperienceLifeMag’s Order Out of Chaos: The Laundry and Mud Room

Kendra Atkin’s Declutter Playlist

Intentional Living Inspiration

After I finished decluttering the second time, I wondered what was next. It felt weird to not have a big project and the time I gave back to myself felt pointless in the beginning.

These resources led me to see how much life has to offer when you’re intentional with where you are headed.

A Beginner’s Guide to Living Intentionally by Sarah of Fruitful Home Co.

Neat House Sweet Home’s What Is a Brain Dump

Always a New Day’s How to Live a More Intentional Life

Simply Relished’s 5 Ways to be More Intentional with Your Time

The Intentional Mom’s My Pathway to Intentional Living

Life Goals Mag’s 30 Intention-Setting Journaling Prompts

BONUS!! Minimalists Share What They No Longer Buy

I love watching videos and reading blog posts about things that minimalists no longer buy. It helps give you a different perspective on the things you use.

While you aren’t going to agree with each decision they have made, it is a great way to rethink some of the things you purchase on a regular basis.

Erin Tannehill [of course I had to create my own list]

Madeleine Olivia

Sarah Therese

Michelle Reed

Going Zero Waste

Uncluttered Simplicity

This Village Girl

Bringing the Minimalism Inspiration Altogether

It can be overwhelming to start the process of becoming a minimalist. This is why I believe these resources are so valuable.

When you see that other people have gone before you to declutter their lives to live with more intention, it motivates you to keep at it. After all, these are just normal people, like you, trying to better themselves and create more room for what matters most.

What resources have helped you gain some minimalist inspiration and helped you to keep going?

When I started my minimalism journey, I needed help. After a lots researching, I gained the minimalism inspiration I needed to take control of my life.

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12 thoughts on “Minimalism Inspiration: Free Resources to Help You Live Simply”

  1. Great article! A weekly roundup of favorites is uber helpful! Am glad I found your blog. =)

  2. Thank you for sharing! I totally love the minimalistic look but have never been sure where to start. Definitely checking these out!

  3. I love being a minimalist and continuing to look for more inspiration to be a better one. Some people think I’m crazy but to me it brings a sense of peace to my life!

  4. Erika Ravnsborg

    Cute little cactus. I myself like my aloe. It’s a lovely treat to have too.

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