It's okay.

It's okay if you're not as minimalist as me, or another blogger, or some person in your life.

It's okay if you're not sure what your passions are.

It's okay if you feel like you don't have a clue.

It's okay if you feel like you're not being minimalist all the time.

It's okay if you're using minimalism in a different way, or even if you decide it's just not for you.

It's okay if you disagree with me.

It's okay if you agree with me but can't apply it to your life.

It's okay if you're young and you don't know what's going on.

It's okay if you're in a position in your life where minimalism doesn't work like you think it should.

It's okay if you live with someone who makes minimalism hard or impossible.

It's okay to make exceptions.

It's okay to change ideas.

It's okay to reject, reform, recycle, reuse, and restate.

Take a deep breath. Exhale.

Close your eyes. Open your eyes.

Peaceful mind. Relax.

It's okay if life isn't exactly like you want it right now. Don't get complacent and just relax. Let life wash against you.

In your own time, in your own way, you will arrive.

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