Minimalism: “Do Not Spoil What You Have, By Desiring What You Have Not”

Minimalist Path

This is a guest post by David from Life Excursion and the newly founded The Minimalist Path.

I am sorry to say, but I am not here to bring you the best and brightest make-a-million-dollars-in-the-next-hour-and-never-worry-about-budgeting-again article. What I am here to tell you is that if you are looking for a kick-start way to bring about a lifestyle that allows you to be a full force enemy of debt, I may be able to help.

I have been a big fan of Brad and Enemy of Debt for a couple months. He has helped me financially in ways he doesn’t even realize. Just his motivation has inspired me to focus on my financial security. I am glad all of you are taking such great advice from a very smart individual.

Through Life Excursion, I have been able to touch on vast topics including and not limited to Finances, Fitness, Health, and Organization. The subject that has brought the most attention to Life Excursion and developed a great following has hands down been Minimalism. The minimalist lifestyle has changed my way of life so much now that I am not tied or boggled down by STUFF and DEBT. Part of this minimalist lifestyle I live has been effected by the articles you have read here on Enemy of Debt. That’s why I am excited that Brad has allowed me to share a great opportunity with all of you.

Recently, I have wanted to focus on minimalism much more and the time had come to spread my wings to new horizons. I still manage Life Excursion, but have also started The Minimalist Path. The Minimalist Path is a guide towards a lifestyle that will allow life to be much simpler for you, your family, and your friends.

With the launch of The Minimalist Path, I have provided the opportunity to get my FIRST, FREE, MINIMALIST eBook. Below I have provided the link to the page where you can download the eBook for FREE.

minimalism - 7 steps to a simpler lifeAccess to Minimalism: 7 Steps to a Simpler Life

I hope all of you fellow Enemy-of-Debtor’s enjoy The Minimalist Path and check out Life Excursion in your spare time as well.

Thanks and have a great day!!!

Dave Damron

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4 Responses to “Minimalism: “Do Not Spoil What You Have, By Desiring What You Have Not””

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  1. Beckey says:

    Awesome! I am going to start implementing some of those tips right away. We just moved so now is the perfect time to do this.

    Thanks for so many helpful tips!

  2. Kelsalynn says:

    Love the quote, I posted it on my Facebook! I still need to improve slightly, but I’m amazed how badly I used to have stuff-itis. It’s always a work-in-progress I suppose…

  3. Dave says:

    Hey Beckey—

    There is never a better time than NOW to improve your life. I think the whole New Year’s Resolution Idea is horrible. Why not make your life better today? I think you should definitely implement some of these factors. They will help you start a new life in your new home with a clean slate.

    I wish you luck Beckey and if you have any more questions, feel free to ask over at The Minimalist Path.

    Have a good one…

    The Minimalist Path

  4. Dave says:

    Hi Kelsalynn—-

    First, thanks for checking out The Minimalist Path. I hope you enjoyed.

    Second, become less of a ‘stuff-itis’ infected person is a life long act, unfortunately. Today, we are bombarded by ad’s and peer pressure, that stuff has seemed to ebcome life and we are just living the way stuff tells us. If you can balance a healthy life with minimal stuff, you will find that life at its basic, simple level is much more pleasureful.

    Have a great day and thanks for commenting

    The Minimalist Path

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