I am pleased that a piece I wrote was published this week on one of my favorite sites, Becoming Minimalist. Here’s the first part of the piece, with a link to the rest…

Last year, I read The Story of Enough: Giving Up (new) Clothes for One Year, a Becoming Minimalist guest post by Sarah Peck of it starts with.

At the time, I had been a regular reader of the Becoming Minimalist blog for about 18 months. While I loved the writing style and the messages delivered in the posts, I hadn’t yet figured out how I was going to deploy minimalism in my life.

I have always taken pride in being a smart consumer. Though I have more than a minimal amount of “stuff,” I own very few things I don’t use, I make purchases when items are on sale, I use coupons, and I shop in off-price stores. When someone asks me what I want for a birthday gift, I ask for gift cards to Amazon so I can buy music or books.

But when I read Sarah’s post about her modest minimalist journey and her struggle with identifying how she would embrace minimalism, I knew I had found my way into making progress…

Click here for the full article on Becoming Minimalist.

Best regards, David

p.s. One of my favorite parts of posting this piece is wonderful comments submitted by readers. Please join the conversation, adding your comments on Becoming Minimalist, or here…

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