My Minimalist Journey: Shedding the Tyranny of Stuff
Growing up in a low-income family with three kids and a single mom meant that I was constantly surrounded by Stuff. We kept EVERYTHING: There was nothing my mom feared more than scarcity. At some point in my 30s, I realized that I had a really unhealthy relationship with Stuff. I spent all of my time pursuing Stuff, and using that Stuff to define my sense of self. I was depressed and unhappy. Over the past 10 years, I've taken significant steps to perusing a minimalist lifestyle, and getting rid of both physical and emotional Stuff that I didn't need in my life. As a result, I'm more balanced, happier, and healthier than I've ever been.
- Thursday, March 22, 2018
- 9:00am - 9:45am
- Library 2nd floor