Benefits of Owning Less



Simple Math: Less consumption = Less resources consumed = Lower ecological footprint = Less household cleaning. 


Here are some benefits of owning less: 

1. Spend Less | Choosing to accumulate only the essential often results in financial freedom.


2. Less Stress | A minimalist home is significantly less stressful.


3. Easier to Clean | The fewer things in our home, the easier they are to clean.


4. More Freedom | The sense of freedom that comes from minimalism is truly refreshing.


5. Good for the Environment | The less we consume, the less damage we do to the environment.


6. Be More Productive | Our possessions consume our time more than we realize.


7. Example for my Kids | These are valuable life lessons they will never learn in the media.


8. Support Other Causes | Money is only as valuable as what we choose to spend it on. 


9. Own Higher Quality Things | More is not better… better is better.


10. Less Work for Someone Else | Create a less stressful life today and lessen the burden on someone else too.


11. Be Happier | Owning fewer possessions makes you happier.


12. Do Work You Love | Own less stuff. Choose work you love.


13. Freedom from the Comparison Game | Our culture begs us to own more.


14. Time for Things that Matter Most | The more stuff you own, the more your stuff owns you.


15. Visually Appealing | Make your home more appealing.


16. Not Tied to the Past | Release the past to create a better tomorrow.


17. Less Places for Your Heart | Invest your heart into meaningful things.


18. More Opportunity for Rest | Take a deep breath.


19. Find Things Easier | Own less clutter. Find stuff quicker.


20. Live in a Smaller Space | For most families, a house is the costliest investment they’ll ever make. 


21. Display What You Value Most | Communicate what is most important. 



At Ecodigester, our goal is to help you build a more sustainable life by offering you a line of reusable products. We offer you products that last and that will help you reduce the amount of plastic you use.



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