Have you ever experienced the feeling after buying a new pair of shoes that you suddenly urge to buy a new shirt or new pants to go with it?
We think we need many things, but in reality, some will add little to no value. So let us be more conscious of the things that we take inside our house.
If we change our perspective with our resources and our spending habit from a “money-based” into a “time-based” perspective, I believe that we will absolutely change the way we consume.
“We live in a consumerist society. Everywhere we go, and wherever we look, we are always bombarded by advertisements about all the stuff that apparently we “need.”
But do we need to subscribe to this consumerist ideals?
Last January, I started reading Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport, and it has been an eye-opener.
It revealed the dangers of our overindulgence to the attention economy, primarily through our smartphones and social media.