Minimalist as saving money

Minimalist as saving money


How is your household budget now that the sales tax is at 10%? It’s not a dramatic change, but I feel like it’s slowly getting harder and harder to get rid of.

That’s when the new “minimalist” idea of saving money has been on my mind lately as a new way to save money. I’d like to write what I think now about

Minimalists are rational.

The basic idea of a minimalist is to make sure you don’t have anything other than what you really need in your life. It’s like you can enrich it and save money as a result.

I’ve watched a lot of videos, mainly on Youtube, of people who say they’re minimalists, and I agree. I felt that this is a good way to think about Japan today, with its recession and declining birth rate. We are there.

But the minimalists in the world are extreme.

It says a lot of good things and makes sense, but again, the behavior of the world’s minimalists is “extreme It is.

I don’t want to be a 9:1 Minimalist, but a 6:1 Minimalist. I think it’s important to start with :4 and bring it up to about 7:3.

Minimalist behaviors I’ve tried to incorporate

It’s true that there are some things that make sense, so I’m going to list the minimalist behaviors I’m working on right now I’m going to try to do this.

Getting rid of clothes.

I rinsed out T-shirts, underwear, socks, and pants all at once. I made it to about 5-7 pieces of each.

I think it’s important to make sure that when we buy new items, we throw them away.

I patterned the clothes.

I’ve tried to pattern my clothes. Minimalist is one pattern, but I’m hoping to keep it down to two patterns if I can.

Instead of just throwing it all away out of the blue, I’m going to make sure to wear what I can still wear before I throw it away! . Patterning clothes is a good way to save money.

I put the books in order.

Since I can think of books, I rearranged them all at once.

I’m currently in the process of getting organized at

Sell what you don’t want on the Merc.

I’m more of a person with a lot of stuff, so I’m preparing to sell everything I don’t see these days on mercantile We are working on the following. Of course, we’ll keep the important stuff, but we’ll try to sell as much as possible of the stuff we don’t need.


I feel like we can save money by reducing things and making life related patterns too. It’s a little different, but the SDGs are also things like running a business with the future in mind.