The last few weeks have been quite a whirlwind of activity. I’ve released an e-book, I’ve had the honor of being featured on a number of amazing blogs, such as myarticle on creative flow at Zen Habits recently.
I love reading the links that people send to me offering their opinions on what I’ve created.
The experience has been amazing. I’ve received many emails asking me how I did it. I’m not entirely sure, but I’d love to try and figure it out.
I like to think that it’s just writing quality work every single day. Creating value, in order to help you, is all that I think about.
I started out with a small idea: what if I quit my job, gave up everything but the essential, got on an airplane, and went for a trip. I came back with an inspiration that’s sweeping the imagination of an amazing group of people.
It’s becoming so abundantly clear that this isn’t about me at all, it’s all about you.
The dreams of a minimalist army.
The truth is that I’m just one of the many amazing people who are leading this revolution — for more of the talented folks who are blogging about being minimalist, see my blogroll.
I’ve also compiled a list of some of the newer bloggers below. Check them out! If I missed you, leave a comment and I’ll add you to the list.
Do you want to join the minimalist army?
It’s not easy to succeed on the Internet (or in anything) alone. I need your help to spread the idea of being minimalist to as many people as possible.
You can start your own minimalist blog, like the list of people below.
You can help support my writing, and also earn some money yourself by signing up for the Art of Being Minimalist affiliate program.
You are the inspiration for the freedom of the life I’m living. You are the reason that I keep pushing for this change.
I can see this in every thank you letter I receive. I can see this in every helpful comment, and every amazing retweet of a post. We all wanted this change. We all needed to know that it was possible.
It is possible.
A list of new minimalist bloggers.
I want to give a brief shout out to some new minimalist bloggers. If I forgot you, I’m so sorry (there are so many faces to keep track of.) Please add your name in the comments and I’ll be sure to put you on the list.
This may seem like a lot of people, but remember: we’re in this together. Every person who takes the time to share their opinions, their dreams, their goals, their knowledge, is incredibly valuable.
Sam is blogging over at The Simpler Life.
Chris is blogging at Tiny Simplicity.
Someone without a name is blogging at The Modern Minimalist.
Someone without a name is blogging at Minimalist Thought.
Pawel is blogging at Minimalist Business.
Jonathan is blogging at We Live Simply.
Jesse is blogging at A Life Reinvented.
Vehmas is blogging at Vehmasassembly in Finnish.
Tonia is blogging at Itty Bitty Impact.
Luke is blogging at Simplifi.de.
Josie is blogging at Pure Minimalist.
Jesse is blogging at Minimalistme.
Tyler is blogging at Simple Minimalism.
Karo is blogging at Aspirant Sutra.
Stormbringer keeps a list of minimalist links.
Blog on minimalist fitness + food here.
Url is blogging at Mnmal.
Naomi is blogging at The Minimalist List.
Meghan is blogging at Sanity in Simplicity.
Del is blogging at The Minimalist Oxymoron.
Greg is blogging at Prosta Droga in Polish.
New e-books on being minimalist.
A number of fellow bloggers have published, or will publish, e-books recently.
It’s not easy to take the time to write and publish an e-book. I hope you’ll consider supporting these people.
David Damron of The Minimalist Path recently released his second e-book, Project M-31: Simplify Your Life in 31 Days.
Joshua Becker of Becoming Minimalist recently released his first e-book, Simplify: 7 Guiding Principles to Help Anyone Declutter Their Home and Their Life.
Adam Mayfield released a free 11-page e-book on minimalism yesterday.
Tammy Strobel of Rowdy Kittens is releasing her first e-book, Simply Car-free: How to Pedel Towards Financial Freedom & a Healthier Life on March 1st — I’ve already read it, it’s an amazing resource for anyone who is thinking about making the transition to a car-free life.