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Cutting out the clutter can be tricky, but it’s one of the primary reasons so many millennial parents are leaning toward the minimalist lifestyle. According to a recent poll, the average adult woman has around 120 items of clothing in her closet at any given time, but an average of 80% of those items go unworn. Minimalism is a way of lifestyle that revolves around owning less material possessions and buying less stuff.
It is in direct contrast with consumerism that actually advocates that buying and spending more will lead to more fulfillment and happiness. Recently, more and more people are discovering the joys of minimalism, which can come as a shock to many who have a notion that. Cutting out the clutter can be tricky, but it’s one of the primary reasons so many millennial parents are leaning toward the minimalist lifestyle. According to a recent poll, the average adult woman has around 120 items of clothing in her closet at any given time, but an average of 80% of those items go unworn. What makes Millennials SO motivated to keep things minimal?
What does this group do differently to implement that way of life, especially if they have children? In this episode, I answer these. Minimalism is a good match for Millennials because they have to re-prioritize. Rather than feeling overwhelmed or trapped, they are able to shift their focus to a simpler and more value-driven way of living. This is exciting and offers obtainable goals to this generation that might otherwise feel lost.
By owning less they can have more. Even when minimalist principles are adopted on a large scale, the transfer of money will still take place—money will just be spent on different things than physical possessions (you can read more here: A New Minimalist Economy). The Millennial generation is proving this to be true, spending less on possessions, but more on wellness, food, drink, and experiences.
A desire to acquire less and positively impact the environment would suggest that millennials will want smaller homes. Even parents are embracing minimalism, opting for simpler baby gear, hosting ‘no gifts please’ birthday parties, and lowering the square footage they have to clean. How embracing minimalism at home can save you money and time. a San Francisco-area based CPA and the millennial founder of YoungAndTheInvested, The Joy of Seeing My Parents. Millennials in particular are seeking out this minimalist lifestyle.
Millennialsthe 18-34 demographic make up more than a quarter of the U.S. population and the majority of the workforce. Laat ons eerlik wees millennials het ‘n slegte en grootliks onverdiende reputasie bloot omdat hulle dinge ‘n bietjie anders doen as vorige generasies. In plaas van die wit pikheining en die 2, 5 kinders, geniet hulle kleiner huise en nuwe soorte gesinsdinamika.
List of related literature:
|from Counseling the Nursing Mother|
|from Clutterfree with Kids: Change your thinking. Discover new habits. Free your home.|
|from Parenting: A Dynamic Perspective|
|from Encyclopedia of Adolescence|
|from Family Frames: Photography, Narrative, and Postmemory|
|from Managing the Millennials: Discover the Core Competencies for Managing Today’s Workforce|
|from Handbook of Marriage and the Family|
|from Mediated Memories in the Digital Age|
|from Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out: Kids Living and Learning with New Media|
|from Ignited Minds: Unleashing The Power Within India|