Recommendation: Minimalism websites

So I was thinking today about sharing knowledge, and how important it is that we don’t just learn something and then keep it to ourselves. One of the most rewarding aspects of learning something new or finding something we enjoy is sharing it with others, so here is a list of my favourite Minimalism websites, blogs and YouTubers.

365 Less Thingshttp://www.365lessthings.com/

This has been without a doubt my favourite minimalist blog for a long time; Colleen’s approach to decluttering really works for me, and after four years on the journey I’m not far away from where I would like to be. To top if off she seems like a wonderful person – I’ve never seen her judge anyone for their level of minimalism or for where they are on their journey; she is definitely someone I admire and aspire to emulate.

A Slob Comes Cleanhttp://www.aslobcomesclean.com/

Not technically a minimalism website, but Nony discusses decluttering and the challenges that can come with it and I’ve learnt a lot from her as a result. If you have a lot of stuff and are struggling to get rid of it despite a desire or need to downsize, then check Nony out.

Light by Cocohttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp12IFoANz_tEY6YgZFqohA/about

Coco makes videos about her minimalist lifestyle which are both relaxing to watch and informative, like Colleen from 365 Less Things she is not judgemental but shares her experiences and advice for people embarking on a minimalist lifestyle.

The Simple Year http://thesimpleyear.com/

It’s been a while since I’ve read this blog as I don’t read nearly as much about minimalism as I used to four years ago when I was starting out, but this was another blog I found really great during that period that I would recommend. I think I especially read this blog around the year one-two handover mark for those who are curious.

My Green Closethttps://www.youtube.com/user/MyGreenCloset/videos

Again it has been a little while since I watched this channel but like all of the others, I found Erin to be relaxing to watch and non-judgemental in sharing her minimalist lifestyle.

What are your favourite minimalist websites and blogs? Share with me in the comments below.