I was nominated by Lourie months ago to do the three quotes, three days challenge. In typical Kat fashion, it took me a long time before doing this tags. And in typical Kat fashion again, I won’t be following the rules. I’ll only be sharing three quotes in a single post and won’t be tagging anybody. That means anyone can do the tag! Yes, that includes you! 😉

That’s a long introduction for quotes, lol. The quotes I’m sharing were all taken from The Minimalists Twitter. If you don’t know about them, The Minimalists are Ryan Nicodemus and Joshua Fields Millburn. Their blog posts, tweets, podcasts, and documentary have helped me live a more purpose-filled life. My life overhaul is still in progress but I am extremely pleased with how it’s turning out so far.

I consider their tweets bit-sized daily reminders that guide me on how I want to live my life. I can’t always read their latest blog posts or listen to their podcasts but their tweets help me focus on the kind of life I want to achieve. Here are my favorite quotes/tweets from them lately. (Lately is the key word here because I always find something from their tweets that I can associate in my everyday life.)

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A quote to remind you that money isn’t everything. Money can’t buy happiness.
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We are never too old to grow. Whether we are learning a new skill or developing an old one, to learn and to share knowledge is what makes life worthwhile.
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We must define our values and never let go of it. It is a compass that will guide us.

I hope these tweets/quotes inspire you to check out their blog, Twitter, podcast, or documentary (please watch it, it’s on Netflix). They have impacted my life in such a huge and amazing way that I hope it could also do the same for you! READ Inspiring Reads About Minimalism

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About the Author Kat

To keep it short and simple: I'm twenty-nine years old. Still plenty young, but not as young as I used to be.

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