Category Archives: Minimalism

Minimal Shoes: Do They Fit With Minimalist Living?

Minimalism is a bit of a fad these days, and marketers are targeting some products especially to those of us who enjoy minimalist living. But do so-called minimal shoes — including those barefoot or five-finger shoes that let you feel the ground under your feet and related styles and types… Read more »

Minimalist Glasses: Good Online Prescription Glasses For Less

For many of us, part of minimalist living is eliminating hassles and overspending from our lives, but finding discount prescription glasses isn’t easy if you’re shopping at a local store. Mall eyeglasses stores are overgrown and overpriced. Fortunately there’s an alternative that makes sense — whether you want minimalist glasses or… Read more »

Sustainable Living Fits Perfectly With Minimalist Living

Sustainable living — sometimes called green living — fits in perfectly with a simple, minimalist lifestyle because both ways of living focus on careful analysis of how you live — and making decisions that have the fewest negative consequences possible. In the case of sustainable living, the goal is to… Read more »

Minimalist Interior Design: What It Is And Why It’s Great

Minimalist interior design isn’t exactly what some people think it is. The term can actually mean many things, but to most people who know about the subject, it means clean, simple, clutter-free design that includes very few knickknacks, bowls of fruit or bookcases full of unread books. It is interior… Read more »

Simple Living Magazine? We’ve Got You Covered!

People sometimes arrive at Minimalist Living Today because they’ve done a search for Simple Living magazine and can’t find the publication they’re looking for. Instead, they find one of my article about simple living. Now, I’m making it even simpler for you if Simple Living magazine is what you seek…. Read more »

Minimalist Living Room: 9 Tips For Designing A Room That Fits You

A minimalist living room can be anything you want it to be, but some things fit better into a minimalist lifestyle than others. In general, design yourself a room that has only essential furniture, very few if any knickknacks or art objects and simple, pleasing, soothing colors — and you… Read more »