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Solemnity004

  23 days ago

Do you agree with the phrase saying "less is more"?

What comes into your mind when you encounter this phrase or hear someone saying it as an expression? This phrase actually creates a good perception. In most cases, it is having a connection to minimalism.


Minimalism is a way of keeping things simple. Those people who follow this approach chose to live with satisfaction. So, it is a matter of choice by simply acquiring only those things that will become useful for them.

I watched a documentary about it. They had interviewed some people who follows minimalism . They believed in this phrase because it had helped changed their ways. From being a messy one, they turned out to be organized. They became responsible. It had helped them to make things uncomplicated for them.

I personally believe on this phrase. However, I sometimes it feels hard to follow. Because, I never had the chance to apply it thoroughly. Though, I only tried it into cooking. I rarely put too much ingredients that are artificially made. Instead, I opt for natural ingredients to cook with ease.

How about you? Do you agree on this phrase too? Have you ever tried to follow it too?


By the way, I got this image from Toluna photos. :)
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_Anemone

  22 days ago
I follow the minimalist practice in clothes and in my school supplies. It makes organizing a lot easier as well as finding what I need, I also buy things that I need, not just wants since we're all in a tight budget especially these times. Reply
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SharMane0031

  23 days ago
This applies more in my profession. This phrase was well known adapted by Architect Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe. Its his design philosophy and he advocates it in many of his works. Lumalabas pa ang tanong na to sa board exam minsan.
In design, this is already in trend since we are in a modern world so many people favor this to be employed in the design of their homes, even interiors.
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Kavez

  23 days ago
This is applicable to me since I’m very frugal; I tend to spend less, thus saving more, regardless of how much I earn. Reply
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