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The 2011 All Star List of Minimalist Blogs is finally here. It’s a minimalists extravaganza! I want to say a big thanks to Francine from Miss Minimalist. She shared her list with me and I added it to mine making this the biggest minimalists directory that I know of, with over 100 blogs listed! Did I miss someone? Do you want your minimalist blog added? Leave a link and description in the comments! The list of minimalist bloggers is alphabetical and it’s a long scroll, so you may want to bookmark the page for reference.
365 Less Things: Colleen’s blog is a fun, chatty place with a big focus on decluttering inspiration and mini-missions to get you going. She spent a year tossing 1 piece of clutter every day. You won’t find much minimalism talk but you will find tons of clutter inspiration!
Analisis Realista: Omar has a Spanish written blog on minimalism and productivity. My Spanish is poor but I know he’s writing about simplifying and minimalism because I can make out a few words! If you want a Spanish blog on the minimalist lifestyle Omar’s your go-to guy.
Annie Enygma: Annie Brewer is one sassy and strong lady. She doesn’t pull any punches and she tells it like it is. You’ll find no-holds barred posts on living the simple life, life inspirations and minimalism at her blog. She offers the perspective of a single mom living in Kentucky.
Art of Minimalism: Mike Donghia recently changed his focus. He’s writing more about ethical business and how to create an online business. He’s still sneaking in some minimalist lifestyle posts so I’ve kept him on the list!
A Life Set Free: Marianney writes about freedom, simplicity, saving money, business ideas, wordpress tips and a little bit about uncluttering. She’s got a fun vibe and I’ve been enjoying Marianney’s neck of the minimalist woods lately.
A Walk to Simplicity: Jody has a great perspective and I need to go spend some more time on his blog! He’s a recent find for me. What I like so much about Jody’s blog is his strong emphasis on nature. He has groovy posts like 5 Lessons from a Tree. And he makes vegan soap!
Becoming Minimalist : Joshua Becker is warm and inspiring. His blog has wonderful nuggets of wisdom for moderate minimalists (and aspiring minimalists) from a family and kids perspective. He also offers a Christian perspective, though it doesn’t dominate his blog.
Be More With Less : Courtney Carver has a serene and inspirational lifestyle blog. She blogs about a wide variety of subjects, all with a focus on simple living such as food, health, wellness, money and minimalism. A visit to Courtney is like a day at the beach.
Beth Aron : Beth offers the perspective of a woman in her 50′s who lives alone taking up the minimalist lifestyle. Go check out Beth and follow along as she walks her path towards a simple life.
Castles in the Air : Nina Yau offers a radical minimalist perspective with a strong focus on independent business and travel. Many of her posts focus on concepts like rediscovering your purpose, finding your creative muse, and working for yourself.
Channeling Bliss : Laurie Sutton has a fun blog with one sole purpose, discovering joy! She has a wonderful, upbeat perspective and whenever I need cheering up I head over to Laurie’s Bliss Blog. She writes on a variety of subjects with one common theme, rediscovering happiness.
Crunchy Minimalist : Who runs Crunchy Minimalist? Anonymous! I do know it’s a married couple with, get this, 9 children. Yep! Want a minimalist journey perspective with lots of green living thrown in and an 11 member household? You know where to go.
Daily Bread: Jill is an amazing lady. I’ve loved following along and watching her decluttering progress. At Jill’s blog you’ll find the most organized home ever! You’ll also be able to follow along on her journey to a moderately minimized life from a family perspective, complete with two homeschooled daughters.
Declutter 100 : Declutter 100 is another anonymous blog, but with a fun little angle. He/she is committed to decluttering their life in 100 hours. Not 100 consecutive hours, but 100 hours as they have time. It’s full of short, snappy posts about their progress (with stuff they’re decluttering for sale too).
(De(content)ment) : Arron Hodden is a single parent living a simple, minimalist life in the rural midwest. He doesn’t hold any punches. I love his fresh, honest perspective on what it takes to live a simpler, saner and happier life. Honesty is the key word with Arron’s writing style.
Downsizing: Seth is a new minimalist blogger. Many of his posts focus on the nuts and bolts of his personal downsizing journey. You’ll see the expected gratuitous clutter shots and hear his tales of how he’s minimizing his life.
Elevated Simplicity : Eric LaForest is described by his friends as a “lovable asshole” on his about page. And that sums up the in-your-face, honest to goodness, real deal Eric you’ll find on his blog. He posts on subjects like simple living, health, emotional states, and it’s all out of this world good.
Every Day Minimalist: Serena is a “corporate minimalist”. She moves and travels frequently for work. Along the way she adopted a minimalist lifestyle to make it easier. She blogs from a very contemporary perspective and you won’t find any deprivation at Every Day Minimalist. She loves pretty things… just less of them. :) You’ll find lots of quick, fun real life posts!
Everything I Dreamed : Jaime has a simple living perspective of a wife and mother. Her posts are beautiful with engaging photos of special simple moments in her life. She touches on crafting, cooking and living a simpler and more fullfilling life. Everything I Dreamed is a dreamy, beautiful blog. Very inspirational for people with young children.
Ex Consumer: Jenny is all about saving more, spending less, ditching debt, and making more. She’s a money blog coming from a non-consumer angle. She’s also just launched two weeks ago! Her blog is like the minimalism of money blog. Check her out!
Exile Lifestyle : I’m not even sure what Colin Wright’s blog is about. He’s an extreme minimalist traveler and his posts travel the whole giant world of writing topics. You never know what you’ll find, but it’s all superbly written and fresh.
Expedition Minimalism : Elle’s blog is a fun take on minimalism and she’s the only minimal blogger I know with a black colored template! You’ll get minimalist musings, decluttering stories and interesting food tidbits. A little bit of everything!
Fabulissime : Hasina has an eye for minimalist style and often blogs with the most gorgeous photos! You’ll find posts about her continuing renovations of her space. Her Canadian based blog is a treat for minimalism from a design perspective.
Fenikkusu: David’s spot is a tumblr, known for their minimalist blog layouts. Cool! He shares photos and posts about his journey to minimalism in that old-fashion blogging way, like a journal. A nice read!
Get Clutter Free : Get clutter free is a blog by Neetika from New Delhi, India. She covers posts on decluttering, simplifying, living with less, and a touch of green environmental living.
Get Off This Wheel : Bernie and Don run this funny, sharp blog. They cover the minimalist movement, cutting back on spending, healthy living, sustainability and the green movement, and really funny videos (at least 1 so far).
Gip Plaster: Gip (yep, that’s his name) blogs about minimalism, simple living, frugal living, and conscious spending. He’s got a groovy way of looking at the world and I really enjoy his writing style. I gotta head over to Gip’s more often!
Greenimalist: I first ran into Aaron and Hsinya when they were featured on Miss Minimalist and I got SOOO excited! They’re blogging up green goodness and minimalism in style and I really need to add them to my rss feed. I’ll do it right now!
Green Minimalist: Michael is a minimalist blogger in the U.K. with a strong green living and sustainability angle. He’s a sometimes blogger, which means he blogs for fun and on occasion rather than all the time.
Ground Up Life: Kevin and Allison blog about their journey to simplicity. They focus on minimizing and on freeing themselves from debt so they can spend more time with their kids. It’s a moderate family minimalist approach you’ll find.
Guy Named Dave: Dave started the 100 Thing Challenge. Now contrary to what you might think, Dave isn’t an extreme minimalist, he’s a moderate minimalist family guy finding his way towards a life better lived with less stuff. A wonderful read and a definite rss addition.
Handmade Brain: Nate’s got an interesting platform. He’s focused on shifting people from consumers to producers. This puts him straight in the minimalist/sustainability camp. A good place to be! Also talks about micro-businesses.
Happy as Clams: Happy Clam and Mr. Handsome are digital nomads who travel for work. They’re blog is under a pen name because of their work. Happy Clam intersperses posts about minimalism with gorgeous photography that she has taken from around the world on her travels.
Ha Nui Loa: Aloha. Gena and Jeff blog from Hawaii about following dreams, living simply and traveling slowly. A big part of their writing is centered around (ahhhh) kicking back, taking things easy, and enjoy life in the slow lane.
Hi Life 2 B : John Anyasor is a location independent minimalist who writes on personal development, motivation, and life changing. He writes really long posts (like me!) and it’s always fun to see what he’s come up with next. No decluttering tips here though.
Inside Thread: Andrea blogs about yoga, simple living and minimalism… in that order! Her blog is more of a yoga blog than a minimalist blog, but she does do minimalist posts now and again so I’ve included her.
Jurino : Jurino reminds me of a poet. I just adore him! He writes from a philosophical perspective on minimalism and encourages his readers to look deeper into their actions and how those actions affect the world around them. He’s a dreamer, a humanitarian and a philosopher. Absolutely check him out. He’s got a European perspective as he’s based out of the Netherlands.
Kat Simplified: Kat’s got style. She’s got a gorgeous Lassie dog named Sebastian and mid-century modern furniture. She’s also got a fun blog on her decluttering process and musings on minimalism. Kat’s a good read and I love checking her out.
Katy Dunnet : Katy writes on minimalism, decluttering, finances (budgeting), travels, and silly, funny posts that make you crack a big smile. Katy lives minimal, lives single, travels frequently and experiences life in a pretty darn exciting way.
Lean Mean Minimalist: Adam’s focus is all minimalism, all the time. While many minimalist bloggers wander into health, happiness and lifestyle topics, Adam stays tightly focused in his writing. He comes from the perspective of a family moderate minimalist with a wife and three children. He’s also got an international perspective as he’s living in Taiwan.
Less is More Jesus: Vee, if you couldn’t tell from her domain name, blogs about minimalism and simplicity from a Christian perspective. She has just (and I mean just) started so it’s hard to tell what she’s going to write about. So far she’s doing posts on decluttering.
Less Please: Carwin’s blog is a great community spot. He’s open-minded towards all types of minimalists and simple living folks. He writes well-thought out posts on the meaning of downsizing, the practical applications of doing it, and his own personal journey to a more minimalist lifestyle. He’s got good energy!
Life More Lived: Sara writes about creativity, minimalism and simplicity in a dreamy poetic way. You’ll find her topics range wide from food to fashion to sustainability. She writes what’s on her mind and in her heart.
Listen Feel Breathe: David is an Australian minimalist blogger. His statement about what his blog is about is so pretty I didn’t change it for my own. Here it is: In finding space and time to listen, feel and breathe we find freedom.
Living the Balanced Life: Bernice would be the first to protest being included in a list of minimalist bloggers, but I’ve put her in anyways! Why? The lovely Bernice is all about simplifying, her approach is through simplifying life, stress, and emotional fatigue. If you need to slow down, visit Bernice!
Magnificent Minimalist: An anonymous pictorial blog about minimalism. The magnificent minimalist puts up cartoons every day with a minimalist theme. Not a lot of words, just a bunch of drawings. Funny!
Minimalism Defined: Jennys’ really fun. She writes short, quick posts with quick inspiration tips for going minimalist. She also (wow I’m jealous) does video blogging where she shares off her space and who she is. Jenny’s blog is the perfect spot for quick bolts of inspiration when you need them!
Minimalist Adventures: Dusti is an extreme minimalist, but her blog is less about minimalism and more about freeing your life kind of posts, sort of reminiscent of Everett Bogue. if you want personal development style posts go check her out. No comments enabled though, something I always miss when bloggers go that route.
Minimalist at Home: Faith is amazing. She is a minimalist living in a 10 person minimalist household. I get inspiration from her real-life family minimalist posts all the time. If you want inspiration for family and children minimalism Faith is the number one spot to head to!
Minimalist Freak: Marc is a Texas minimalist. What I like about his blog is that he’s often including his son in the posts. His son will take photos of the clutter spots and chime in with thoughts. Minimalist Freak is a nice read and a spot I need to head over to more frequently than I have in the past.
Minimalist Lifestyle: Mark is a Canadian minimalist who went from having a big house and business to comfortably downsizing his life to the important stuff. He writes quick thoughtful posts on minimalism, healthy living, sustainability, and consumerism.
Minimalist Muscle: Ben got me with this one. I had no idea there was a minimalist fitness movement! Evidently there is and he’s an advocate for it! You’ll find lots of minimalist exercise tips here with a little extra minimalism chat on the sidelines.
Minimalisto: Sergio shares his minimalist journey on his blog touching on minimalism and decluttering as well as other ways to simplify one’s life. He writes fun, personal posts on hiding his i-phone from himself and watching less tv to focus on more reading.
Minimalist Packrat: Hey, that’s me! I’m Tanja and I write about minimalist lifestyles, simple living, sustainability, and decluttering. I’m a fairly extreme minimalist, but many of my posts are from a moderate minimalist approach.
Minimalist Photography 101: Steve is a wonderful photographer who blogs about how to take minimalist photos. Awesome resource for photographers and minimalists and minimalists who want to be photographers! As a terrible photographer I need to spend more time getting wisdom from Steve.
Minimalist Wannabe: An anonymous Canadian minimalist blogging her way through her decluttering experiences while… drum roll… living with a packrat and two teens. This is a new blog and I’m intrigued to see what she does with it!
Minimalist Woman: I’m trying not to play favorites with anyone on this list, but Meg is one of my absolute faves! She writes thoughtful artistic posts on her minimalist adventures and I always finish a post of hers with a serious amount of pondering and personal reflection. She’s got style and a great writing voice and she’s in my top ten of favorite minimalist blogs.
Minimal Mark: Mark is a new find for me and I like his style. His blog is set up a la’ Leo style, very minimalistic and I really like the look of it. It’s not just looks though, he writes thoughtful retrospectives on odd little topics like minimalist beekeeping and loving your books enough to set them free. Mark is one to watch for sure…
Minimal Student: Jessica has style. She blogs about the deeper philosophy behind minimalism rather than the how to become a minimalist posts you see in a lot of places. She’s got a nice feel. Very inviting!
Minimoilist: Lexie has been an exciting find. She’s blurring the lines between minimalism and sustainability. Both subjects are something I’m really into so I’ve been watching her closely!She’s a new 2011 minimalist blogger and I have a feeling she’s going to touch a lot of people with her posts.
Minimomist: Another anonymous blog. Minimom calls herself a realistic minimalist. I like it! She posts on minimalism, parenting, upcycling, and green living. Not a lot of photos. The focus is on the writing.
Miss Minimalist: Francine, just like Meg, is one of my absolute faves. She feels like the coziest spot in my house, where I curl up with a good book and a cup of tea. I’ve personally dubbed Francine as the provider of gentle minimalism. She writes gracefully on decluttering, minimizing and finding that sweet spot in life where “just enough” is perfect.
Mnmal: Mnmal is an artistic and anonymous blog that I still haven’t quite figured out. There are short posts with pictures and sometimes a thought or two and people post notes instead of comments. If you like an artistic flair with your minimalism you’ll probably love mnmal!
Momentum Gathering: Now Katie probably doesn’t fit the bill as a minimalist blogger, but I love what she’s doing so I put her in my list. Katie is like minimalism for the mind. She writes thought-provoking posts about deepening relationships with those around you and with yourself. Love it!
Mouvement Minimaliste: This is a French blog put out by a dame named Florence. I don’t read French but maybe you do!
One Dress Protest: Kristy’s got a fun thing going on. She’s blogging her way through 2011 sharing her experiences of life wearing the same dress every single day! It’s her one dress protest and it’s a personal revolt against consumerism, unethical practices in the fashion world and reclaiming her sense of identity.
One Less Journey: Susan is an Australian who uses the “H” word. Now I don’t know what “H” word you’re thinking of, but I’m thinking of hoarder. Her blog shares her journey from hoarder to minimalist. Me, I’ll stick with packrat. It’s a tiny “p” word compared to that big “H” word! Join Susan as she declutters her life!
On Minimalism: Val is fun. Really fun. And she keeps it real too. She comes up with snazzy post titles like, “5 Impractical Things I own Because I’m not Perfect”. She’s a moderate minimalist college student who’s sharing her road less traveled lifestyle.
Optimize Minimalism: I almost didn’t include this one because it seems like a news aggregator that takes lots of snippets from minimalists posts around the web and links back to them. But… then I thought maybe some folks would like that? You tell me. Is optimize minimalism a real blog or not?
People Not Stuff: Reggie wrote an article recently for his hometown newspaper that blew me away. He’s not a frequent blogger and I’ve mostly put frequent bloggers in this list, but that newspaper article makes it worth keeping him here! Reggie’s busy with life and blogs only on occasion. Seems to me he’s got it right! More people, less time writing about stuff. Go check him out.
Project 333: This is Courtney’s spin-off blog from Be More With Less. It’s her minimalist fashion challenge that’s gotten quite popular. She recently created Project 333 probably as a way to keep the challenge from taking over her main blog! It’s the perfect spot for folks doing her challenge to meet up and chat.
Pursuing Serenity: This is a lifestyle design blog about an anonymous someone quitting their corporate job, going minimalist, and starting to travel and live life more fully. Probably fits in the extreme minimalism/digital nomad category. Wish she included her name!
Raccourci Minimaliste: Damien is a French minimalist blogger. At least, I’m pretty sure his blog is in French! I don’t read it so I’m guessing. But… if you read French go check him out. If you don’t read French then just go enjoy the pictures.
Radical Turtle: Leslie is a teen blogger sharing her experiences and experiments with personal development, health and minimalism. Isn’t it cool that there are teen bloggers doing minimalism?
Raising Your Game: Joe has the perspective of a college student gone minimalist, juggling a masters dissertation, another blog and life. He touches on repurposing and personal development along with his minimal adventures.
Rebel Lemming: What a name! I love it. Let me say it again, Rebel Lemming. Tessa writes about simplicity in living, food, thought and more. She’s got the perspective of a Dutch living in the U.K. finding her way to simplicity.
Regards from the Balcony: Tony touches on lots of topics from minimalism to healthy eating, simple living, adventuring and finances. He has the wisdom of a traveler and the wit of someone who’s done some thinkin’ in his time.
Rethinking the Dream: Freedom blogs a lot like me. Join him on a rollicking adventure as his family of three downsizes from the American dream to a simple living xanadu. You’ll find lots of dazzling before and after clutter shots and straight up decluttering inspiration.
Ridiculously Extraordinary: Karol (pronounced Karl) is a minimalist who blogs about freedom, health, travel and life. At times he pops in a post about minimalism as well. Karol is a great motivator and takes the most commonplace subjects and tweaks them until you’re looking at life from a new fresh perspective. I’m a big fan of what Karol’s got going on.
Rowdy Kittens: Tammy blogs about simply living, tiny house living and her downsizing journey. You’ll find a healthy sprinkling of green living and happiness posts too. She’s fun and down to earth.
Semi-Material World: Lisa’s a fun gal. I just ran into her recently. She’s a Canadian minimalist in progress who shares tales of her secret crush on her frying pan and forgoing the perfect polyster pants in favor of project 333. She’s fun and I’m interested to see what she gets into!
Simple. Organized. Life. : David’s got simple living in his blood. How do I know? It comes out in his writing. He’s all about simple living, simple things and enjoying life at it’s simplest!There’s flavor here, subtle well seasoned flavor.
Simplicity in Stages: An anonymous blog about the gradual process of incorporating minimalism and simple living into a (presently) busy lifestyle.
Simply Optimal: Gianpaolo is a minimalist, but he blogs more about lifestyle design. You’ll find lots of personal development posts on his blog.
Simple Black Coffee: Craig blogs his own personal decluttering journey as well as his musings on the excessive consumerism in America and the minimalist lifestyle.
Simple Life Prattle: Allan is one of my top fave bloggers. I always feel a little closer to the simple life of country living whenever I swing by. It could be me pining for rural life again, but it’s more than that, Allan is an artist with the written word. Love him!
Simple Savvy: Christine’s been blogging about simple living and green living since 2008 so she’s got a couple years under her belt. She’s light on the minimalism thang’ medium on the simple living thang’ and real heavy on the sustainable green living thang’. It’s a nice mix and a great blend.
Slam: Luinae is the second teen blogger I know of who’s blogging about minimalism. Exciting! She shares her musings on life, empowerment and minimalism from a teenage perspective.
Smash Your Television: Laura got a great name didn’t she? Despite her extreme domain, Laura’s posts are more moderate minimalism with a healthy dose of green living thrown in. She’s a college student with big green living plans for after graduation.
Southern Simplifying: Laura blogs about simplifying, minimalism, and a life less burdened from a southern perspective. She’s a lot of fun and has a knack for putting a new perspective on every day subjects.
Stepping My Way to Bliss: With Bliss you’re going to get a wide variety of different topics. There are show-cased special delights, dog posts and daily life posts mixed in with minimalism. What I like about Bliss is her real world feel. It’s like stepping into her life for a moment every time I read a post!
Suburban Satsangs: Tamara is a blast. She meanders around the soulfulness of home life like a deva. Not a diva. Like a deva! I fell in love with her blog the moment I read her minimalist haircut post. Go discover it for yourself!
Teenage Minimalist: Sarah is a 15 year old teen minimalist blogging about her journey. She’s the third teen minimalist who’s making a debut on this list. How exciting is that!
The Brave New Few: Greg is an Australian writing about minimalism 2.0, you won’t find decluttering posts here, but you will find insightful posts about how minimalism can change society. If you want the philosophy of minimalism Greg has it covered.
The Cracky Farm: Kellie describes herself as an office slave with crushing debt. She’s finding her way through the consumerist mindset and onto the path of minimalism. Kellie’s got a fun style that will make you sit up and want to join her very own cracky farm. Love it!
The Experimental Life: Scott wears his heart on his sleeve. He’s one of the first minimalist bloggers I found and I adore him. He writes about minimalism, but also does lovely life experiments, 30 day challenges to view the world in a different light. I really, really like what Scott does.
The Minimalist: Now the anonymous creator of the the minimalist has gone on hiatus. No new posts since September 2010. I’ve included them because they’ve been blogging about minimalism since 2005 and may, hopefully come back on the scene again!
The Minimalist Guy: Ahmad blogs from Malaysia about minimalism. I love getting international perspectives on the minimalist lifestyle! He doesn’t blog too frequently but you can expect at least one post a month from him.
The Minimalist Mom: Rachel hails from Vancouver and shares her family perspective on minimalism. You’ll find lots of snappy posts on minimalism often coming from a mom’s perspective. Minimalist moms have the perfect spot over at Rachel’s blog.
The Minimalist Path: David writes about minimalism and personal development. He’s taken a bit of a hiatus as the last post showing is a Christmas post and we’re well into February now. But I’ve kept him included in case he picks up the blogging again. And I thought I heard he sold this site, but his name is still on the about page, so maybe that was a rumor?
The Minimalists: Joshua and Ryan take an intellectual approach to minimalism.
The Musings of David Kra.User: David is one of those artistic minimalist bloggers. He has very short posts focused on topic at a time. He’s a digital minimalist and I have a feeling I could learn a lot from him.
The Order Obsessed: Laura is a professional organizer and her posts are often focused on nifty organizing solutions and fresh ways of dealing with space issues. A little less minimalism and a little more organizing going on at Laura’s.
The Pursuit of Joy: Josh is a minimalist with a minimalist style blog. What’s that mean? He posts one short nugget about something that gives him joy every day. Short, sweet and simple.
The Simple Poppy: Poppy writes about life, simplicity, minimalism, sustainability and whatever little nuggets of wisdom pop into her head. It’s a comfortable cozy spot on the net to sit back with a cup of tea and enjoy the reads.
The Simpler Life: Sam writes about minimalism, living consciously and deliberate living. He’s got a nice blog about getting to the heart of what matters in life and slowing down. Sam’s a great read!
The Suburban Minimalist: Rayna comes from a moderate minimalist perspective. She’s a “regular America” minimalist who doesn’t do yoga and still shops at the regular grocery store. You can get practical minimalist wisdoms over at Rayna’s spot on the web.
The Unlikely Mage: Just to prove that minimalism is seeping everywhere, along comes Harry, the unlikely mage who combines musing about magic, martial arts, and minimalism. You can read about meditation, dream interpretations and minimalism all rolled up in one.
The Zen Parent: Bill writes about zen, tao and simplicity with a lovely smattering of minimalism thrown in. It’s a blog about slowing down, simplifying and meditation. I’ve heard he lives with his family and two very zen cats. :)
This Contented Life: Selena’s blog is a chronicle of her journey to contentment. She says, “It’s about rejecting consumerism and the rat race through minimalism and simplicity.”
This Tiny House: Hillary writes about, you guessed it, tiny house living! Which in it’s own way is minimalism. It’s house minimalism. You’ll find lots of amazingly inspirational posts on the alternative housing choices people have made. Very cool!
Thoughts of a Hippie Therapist: Jeannie is a spitfire. She blogs about personal development, mental health, travels, and a little bit of minimalism thrown in for spice. She’s a minimalist but her blog is more about minimalism for the mind.
Three New Leaves: Matt blogs about changing your life by simplifying it. His main topics are minimalism, travel, the primal food diet and simplicity.
Towards the Future: Adam’s focus is minimalism as a method for intelligent use of resources, which makes him one of those new blogs fitting in the sustainability/minimalism category. Yay for another sustainable minimalist!
Uberless: Rick is an uber-minimalist who blogs about…. you guessed it, minimalism! I love the term uber. Don’t know why. So his domain name really appeals to me. He blogs about minimalism, money and life after purging.
Unbridled Existence: Chase recently announced he was moving away from blogging about minimalism. I’ve included him anyways because he’s just so dang funny. He’s now going a la’ Everett style and has announced his cyborgism. For a wild, wacky ride go check out Chase.
Untitled Minimalism: I really like Robert’s style. He’s a new find for me and I find thoughtful, well constructed posts on his blog. He writes about minimalism, voluntary simplicity, frugality, conscious living and throws in fun food posts to boot!
Urban Mayberry: Laura!!! Laura and I are exclamation point freaks. We both squeal with delight and overuse that particular punctuation mark. :) Laura’s awesome blog is about the nitty gritty decluttering saga. You can join her and watch as she downsizes her typical American lifestyle, finds peace and serenity in the big city, and best of all, you’ll get lots of those delicious and inspirational before and after shots.
Vita Guy: I’m sneaking this one in. Hey, it’s my list I can do what I want! Patrick (that’s my honey) is a minimalist vegetarian nutritionist. He’s the long-haired guy you always ask questions at the health food store. The one who always seems to have the answer and knows how to not only spell phosphatidylserine, but can write an essay on it too. He writes about sustainability, natural foods and how to eat naturally, healthily and sustainably.
Weekly EXP: Santiago writes poetry. No, not really poetry, but his writing is like poetry. He’s a gifted writer and he blogs about minimalism, and conscious living with a beautiful perspective. He’s from Argentina and blogs in both English and Spanish.
You Only Get One Life: Beth is a U.K. blogger sharing her and her hubby’s decluttering story. You’ll get lots of racy clutter shots (the kind I love) and a personal tale of they journey to living with less.
You Simplified: Charley shares the life deliberately lived. He writes slam-bang straight from the heart posts and doesn’t censor himself. Hmmm, I wish I was a little more like Charley that’s how much I like his blog! Go check him out.
Zen Habits: How did Leo end up at the very bottom of this list? Bad luck of the alphabet draw. But that’s o.k. because there’s a 99% chance you’ve already been over at Zen Habits before. Leo is the godfather of online minimalism blogs. He is quick, insightful inspiration for what ails ya. Good man. Good blogger.
I forgot one! It’s Claudia from (I don’t know what this mean but it makes me giggle) SchwingleSchwingleDingDong. Claudia’s a German minimalist blogger and I know she’s blogging about minimalism and not ding dongs because I see the word minimalismus on her site! If you read German go check out Claudia.
Want to get included in the list or share your favorites? It’s all-inclusive and you’re invited! I added everyone I could find but I’m sure I missed a few folks. If you’ve got or know of a minimalist blog that isn’t on the list leave the link and a description in the comments below (only rule is it must be about minimalism!). I’ll update the list every year.