Project 333

Project 333: The Results

It's officially been three months since I boxed up all of my clothing and started my journey with Project 333. I decided to do this experiment and even convinced my friend Sam to do it, too! (Read her blog post on her experiences with Project 333 here!) For those of you who aren't familiar with…

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5 Ways to Embrace Minimalism in March

5 Ways to Embrace Minimalism in March

Disclaimer: Christine in Korea is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. With February nearly halfway over, it's a great time to think about how to embrace minimalism as Spring begins. I…

Leave the Clutter in 2018: Things to Get Rid of Before 2019 Begins

As one year turns to another, we are always seeking new ways to improve our lives in the new year. As I continue my Minimalism Challenge throughout December, I've been considering the things that everyone should consider cleaning out before the clock strikes midnight on January 1st, indicating the start of a new year.  Here…

Another Undertaking: Project 333

Another day, another challenge. The latest in my end-of-the-year undertakings is Project 333. Project 333 challenges you to dress with 33 articles of clothing and accessories for three months, packing the rest away and out of sight. In this time frame, you also cannot buy any new clothing or accessories, so what you have is…

Why I Decided to Pursue a Minimalist Lifestyle

What is Minimalism?  I think one of the biggest misconceptions about minimalism it that there is only one way to be a minimalist. That you must own less than 100 things, only eat raw foods, forgo luxuries like a bed frame, and only walk or ride of bike everywhere you go.  While minimalism looks this…

Minimalism Challenge: Week One

I've written about minimalism a few times before, noting that my inspiration to live a more minimal and meaningful life began back in February after watching a documentary from┬áThe Minimalists on Netflix. Before moving to Korea, I sold, donated, and got rid of 90% of my possessions, but after watching some minimalism videos on YouTube…