Announcing the 10 winners of the Minimalissimo #minimalismcontest!
"There were many fantastic entries; it really made choosing incredibly difficult."
A big thank you to everyone who sent in submissions — talk about a talented field. We are continually amazed by the talent of wonderful people on Ello.
M i n i m a l i s t
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Being a minimalist is loving all the clothes in your wardrobe. It’s waking up in the morning and not being worried choosing from a pile of clothes you don’t like. Being a minimalist is being in peace with our soul, it’s feeling that there aren’t any objects in your away to a better future, neither are stuff occupying our time. Being a minimalist is choosing creativity, knowledge and love, not t’shirts, phones and televisions.
Being a minimalist is having all the time in the world. Time to work and time to rest. Time to love and time to create. Being a minimalist is being free from choices based on money. It’s being able to value yourself by how you are and not by the things you own.
Being a minimalist is something natural, it’s returning to our origins and see the world behind the excess and consumerism. Being a minimalist it’s choosing people and time, not objects and money.
Being a minimalist is being a complex human being with a simple, fulfillment life.