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Living the minimalist lifestyle is key to financial freedom

 Living the minimalist lifestyle is key to financial freedom

 

Henry David Thoreau, the great philosopher stated, “the price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.”

 

The understanding of minimalist and money are important concepts and ideas for the awakened man who has taken the red pill.

 

Just like the red pill man realizes a feeling of complete control when he learns the bitter truth about women and the gynocentric world, minimalism, will actually give him more, not less.

 

Here are some positive examples of the minimalist lifestyle:

 

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You will have more money saved because you are spending less.

 

Much more freedom and a lot less stress by not having so many bills to pay every month.

 

Minimalism gives you more control over your life because you will have more money to keep and save.

 

When you have fewer items to worry about, it means that you have more time to clean and maintain the rest.

 

When you have fewer items, you can concentrate on having more quality over quantity.

 

Spending less money and resources gives you the chance to choose work that you enjoy that pays less money, rather than working the jobs you hate that barely covers your current level of consumption.

 

Having less stress in a tidier, simpler home that is not covered with things you don’t need aka expensive clutter.

 

Having the ability to choose a smaller, more affordable and cosier home.

 

Having freedom to do whatever you like with your life such as travel, hobbies and not being tidied down to anyone place.

 

When you downshift to a more chilled out, relaxed, more affordable lifestyle, money and resources will be easier to save and grow.

 

It can be one of the most fulfilling transformations you will experience in your new minimalistic lifestyle. Once you start managing your money properly and when you are living below your means rather than beyond them, your bank accounts will grow and you will not have to worry about money like before in a rat race.

 

Your outlook on life will change for the better. You will have more money and resources to invest wisely, to travel far places, and do things that you always wanted to do.

 

Most people do not have this ‘luxury’. They spend and spend their hard earned money like drunken sailors. People end up buying new phones, TVs, eating out and generally spending all their money on garbage that becomes obsolete the following year.

 

How do I know this you may ask, because I lived this way of life and seen my own transformation to minimalist living.

 

Now that I have this website, it is my duty to share this knowledge and experience with as many men as I can, so they can also enjoy the freedom I now have after being put through the consumer rat race.

 

I’ve had enough and decided to change my life for the better.

 

The first big step in designing the lifestyle you desire is getting rid of everything that’s in your way right now. Once you let go of the things that don’t matter and only hold you back, you’ll have the energy, money and time for the things that do.

 

Take this from me, it’s that simple.

 

These two books are written by real men for real men. They showed me the way to financial freedom, and lifestyle that I want, not the generic rat race pushed lifestyle that makes people miserable. I really believe these books can also help you to transform your life for the better. Minimalist way of life is the key for any MGTOW man. 

 

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Enjoy, friends!

-MGTOW 101

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5 Comments

David Branch

This is true, cutting away the baggage in life will most certainly improve one’s lifestyle.
1. Single mothers, and their lies.
2. Broke friends , with no clue of life.
3. Buying items that’s not a real benefit.
All this is baggage, I’ve decided to drop all dead weight.

mgtow101

Thank you. Yep, break away from all the stuff that keeps you down, you will set yourself for success.

KWO

Great advice. I’ve since quit smoking and cut down severely on my drinking for the benefit of my body and my wallet. I don’t need much to keep me comfortable. Sure, I’ll save up for the newest computer gadget once in a while, but a couple hundred bucks everynow and then is nothing. Spending most of your cash on a small and cheap little place, and on high quality, healthy and tasty food is the way to go.

Jason

Great advice. I’ve since quit smoking and cut down severely on my drinking for the benefit of my body and my wallet. I don’t need much to keep me comfortable. Sure, I’ll save up for the newest computer gadget once in a while, but a couple hundred bucks everynow and then is nothing. Spending most of your cash on a small and cheap little place, and on high quality, healthy and tasty food is the way to go.

mgtow101

Thank you. I think little things in life make us really happy, not the McMansions or expensive cars that banks own. Keep it simple, be happy.

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