The new minimalist literature is replete with stressful suggestions. Pack up all your belongings, unpack only when necessary, and throw away everything that remains packed after a month. Alternatively, get up early and go over every object you possess, determining whether or not it brings you joy. Determine whether you can go three months wearing only thirty-three articles of clothes. Recognize that living lavishly with only a hundred belongings is doable. Rather than organizing, cleanse. Digitize all of your photographs. Get rid of the items you purchased to impress others. Reduce the size of your flat. Constantly consider what would help you to live your greatest life. Never, ever purchase anything at a discount. Historically, minimalism has been associated with artistic and design principles. However, the phrase has come to signify much more than that.