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    #1 TheTiniestHufflepuff



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    Posted 05 March 2019 - 02:41 PM

    Are there any other minimalist littles? Are there any things that are difficult to keep to a minimum in little space? (Stuffies, blankets, etc)

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    Posted 05 March 2019 - 02:53 PM

    hi! i'm a minimalist! 

    i find that the most difficult thing is stuffed animals & food stuffs (things like silverware, dishes, cups.)

    the best way that i keep on top of this is donating stuffed animals regularly to littles in need 

    & going through my silverware to get rid of cups that are faded/silverware where you can't see the pictures.


    i try to do this sort of clean up at least once a month. 

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    #3 Brokenbouncy


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    Posted 05 March 2019 - 02:56 PM

    Minimalist is something i try. My daddy totally is without a doubt. He owns 1 pair of shoes, 1 pair of jeans and a few shirts. Thats what im shooting for. Stuffies and blankets are definitely hard to keep to a minimum. I have like 5 or 6 blankets and a bunch of stuffies. I do have to say that i made it clear to myself that i wouldn't want any more stuffies and gave away a couple and have not bought new ones in 3 years. Right now i only sleep with my Daddy stuffie which he gave me a few years ago as an anniversary that looks lile him and thats the only stuffie i sleep with now. Clearing your space from clutter is good for the mind
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    #4 LittleTeacup


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    Posted 05 March 2019 - 03:25 PM

    I'm heading that way myself. Unfortunately, no matter how much I say I don't want new random junk I keep getting stuff I don't ask for from my parents. And there's all the stuff I've accumulated over years, mostly gifts.


    But every year I get rid of more things. I donated so many things from boxes under my bed last year, including 20 bouncy balls and at least 50 bookmarks. As a kid I had saved everything I ever got from party bags from various classmates' birthday parties. I had a tin full of erasers. :lol:


    Nowadays my little self is more focused on imagination, joyfulness, and other non tangible things. I was never much for buying stuff (almost all of my junk were gifts (I have some family members who didn't grow up with a lot themselves I I think they made up for it by buying the children of the family tons of toys/plastic jewelry/clothes/etc))


    One day I will win this battle! :D I will be happy with a big empty space I can dance in!

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    #5 Littlest_Bee



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    Posted 05 March 2019 - 03:53 PM

    Interesting topic. I don't think I'd call myself a minimalist but I follow a lot of advice on going towards zero waste.

    But regarding having stuff, I can't deny that I'm more of a collector (at least regarding certain things like e.g. books or stuffies). And even if I may think "You don't need a little fairy figurine" when I'm in a shop and want to buy something there's no denying that I get a flood of happy memories and feelings when I look at most of my dust catchers and I think that's a good reason to keep them around. ^_^

    Edit: Stuffies are definitely hard because I get super attached to all of them. But I managed to donate a box of mine for a charity last year (my little side was a bit shocked after I went through with it. I honestly had a hard time when I went into my little space afterwards). Another thing that's hard for me is art supplies. And I love stuff like "Hatchimals Colleggtibles" even though rationally speaking those are pretty pointless. But I actually do play with them after I hatch them and I guess there are worse guilty pleasures I could have.

    Edited by Gândi_Bee, 05 March 2019 - 04:07 PM.

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    #6 junebug0325


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    Posted 05 March 2019 - 07:16 PM



    I wouldn't say that I'm a minimalist but I try not to buy or collect random things I don't need. Daddy's been helping me a lot in not collecting stuff, especially since we are living together in a small studio apartment and don't have much room for stuff. I recently escaped a bad situation so I had to leave my home with all the stuff that could fit in my car, so I had to part with a bunch of stuff.


    On the little side, I don't think I have many stuffies, though it might seem like a lot to others. I have 6 regular sized stuffies and 2 small ones. I had a giant 4 foot elephant stuffie that I had to leave at home. I do struggle with sippy cups and bottles, but I am going to give away the few that I don't use. 


    Again, I can't really call myself a minimalist but I do try to keep my collection on the smaller size since me and my Daddy don't have a lot of room at the moment.


    Thanks for reading!



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    Posted 19 June 2019 - 02:36 PM

    I'm trying to be more so! So much extra stuff makes me lost and depressed because I dont know where to start or what to do. I have been donating lots to charity and it really feels good... and if I get rid of a few bags I'll let myself have a little treat for a reward.
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