What my minimalist journey has taught me on generation gap

If you have had access to the internet in the past decade, chances are you know minimalism exists. Chances are also, you have seen a parody of the minimalist lifestyle stating that minimalists don’t own anything, not even friends sometimes, then explaining that this is not true.

If you dig further and are patient enough, you may also find a video of the same…

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Gaelle Sage

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