When you try to become a Minimalist, what will you do first?
Will you read some books about minimalism? or will you throw all your things away immediately? or……??
If you try to do this, sooner or later you’ll have many things again.
Becoming a Minimalist is NOT difficult. Everybody has the possibility to become a Minimalist. We just need to understand some points and to have a life with a sense of purpose.
Point 1 : Know your things clearly.
How many T-shirts do you have? What is there in a small drawer of a cabinet?
If you can’t answer these kinds of questions quickly, I recommend to check all your things. You’ll find things you have forgotten completely and be surprised at the amount of it. And you won’t have a mistake to get the same or similar things anymore.
Point 2 : Have only things you need definitely.
Do you need all of the things you have now?
If you have something you haven’t used for a long time or are waiting for an opportunity to use, unfortunately you won’t use it in the future. And you’ll know what you need definitely.
Point 3 : Get only things you really want.
When you get something, do you really want it? And do you think well if you really need it or not?
If you get something out of habit, you’ll just waste of your time and money. If you have a sense of purpose to get something, you’ll be able to choose it carefully anytime.
All points are quite simple and everybody can try it.
Would you like to try?
Good luck and have fun!!
“My Packing List”
Sweater / 2 Tank tops / 2 Yoga tops / 2 Yoga pants / Running top / Running short pants / Running bra / Sleeping wear / 2 Underwears(Top) / 2 Underwears(Bottom) / Socks / Bikini / Beach sandals / Cap / Straw hat / Sunglasses / Yoga mat towel / 1 day Contact lenses for a month / Nail cutter / Nail file / Mini scissors / Woman’s face shaver / Band-Aid / 3 Books / Notebook / Marker pen / Tablet / Plug for tablet / Credit card / Passport
It’s time to go!!
My favorite Yoga teacher is in Hong Kong. Her name is Megala. She is the person who changed my mind about Yoga.
When I had her first class, I was quite a beginner and my image of Yoga was just exercise. But after this class I felt something interesting and decided to try her class again.
Since then I always enjoy joining her class every visiting in Hong Kong.
Mainly she teaches Hatha, Vinyasa flow, Power vinyasa, and Ashtanga. All classes are really fun, especially the morning class is quite challenging!
She does not only lead poses but also explain what muscles we use, how to move each parts of our body and its angle etc … Because of this I got an opportunity to be interested in human anatomy. And the greatest awareness is when I focus my body, it helps me to focus my mind more deeply.
If you visit in Hong Kong and are interested in Yoga, I recommend to try her class. It’ll be so fun!
” The Yoga Room ” www.yogaroomhk.com
When I am good, I feel good.
When I am angry, I feel angry.
When I am sad, I feel sad.
When I am happy, I feel happy.
I decide for myself how to feel my feelings.
Nobody can control the other one’s feelings…
The reason I started writing this blog is I just want to write.
It’s interesting to think about what I feel and to express it in my own words is so fun!
The reason is always simple.
I do what I want to do.
It means I treat myself carefully.
I haven’t had a mobile phone more than 2 years.
And almost all people didn’t have a mobile phone more than 20 years ago.
Do you remember the feelings when you miss someone you can’t meet for long time?
Do you remember the feelings when you enjoy spending a time with someone just now?
Do you remember the feelings when you feel inside yourself without noise?
Do you remember the feelings……?
I don’t have a mobile phone.
But I can listen to my heart.