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Anyone live a minimalist/low consumption life style?

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Keep it clean and minimal. Quality over quantity. I think have a top notch vehicle is a luxury I will endure for. I love cars and would rather be driving in an amg benz then a beater car.

Instead of owning 6 watches from seiko, citizen, g shock, swatch, bulova etc id rather buy 1 rolex/breitling etc.
That fancy car is probably costing you about $1K/month over what a beater would cost.
 

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That fancy car is probably costing you about $1K/month over what a beater would cost.
Could buy used / pre-owed. The Rolex would keep it's value though. I drive my cars into the ground, but buy them new or a year or two out. They seem to last okay for around 12 - 14 years. Assuming we're not flying like the Jetsons in a few years, prob. buy another one then. The last three cars I bought were on eBay from dealerships with dealership warranties. I' saved a nice amount on each.
 

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Saving money requires a lot of discipline and sacrifice.

The biggest hindrance to saving money: having too many friends. When you have too many friends it costs money because they always want to go out (spend money) or it's always someone's birthday (spend money) or it's Christmas (spend money) or they need help with rent (spend money) or they wanna chill and smoke out (spend money)....etc....

Keep family and friends you can depend on and ditch everyone else.

Bear in mind that an economic recession is predicted to be right around the corner in 2020 so you gotta start saving now....
 

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I once lived alone in a 3 bedroom house. My house was filled with knickknacks and collectables. I also had 2 walk in closets filled with clothes. I now live the "college bachelor pad" lifestyle. I sold my house in the suburbs and I now rent smaller apartments near the beach. I now only own 4 pieces of furniture: A Bed, night stand, TV stand, and a couch. I donated almost everything to a local animal shelter charity and it took several months to clear out my house. I got rid of most of my clothes as well. I now wear a primarily capsule wardrobe.
 
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I once lived alone in a 3 bedroom house. My house was filled with knickknacks and collectables. I also had 2 walk in closets filled with clothes. I now live the "college bachelor pad" lifestyle. I sold my house in the suburbs and I now rent smaller apartments near the beach. I now only own 4 pieces of furniture: A Bed, night stand, TV stand, and a couch. I donated almost everything to a local animal shelter charity and it took several months to clear out my house. I got rid of most of my clothes as well. I now wear a primarily capsule wardrobe.
A bit too much to the extreme for me, but that's cool. I guess you're channeling Steve Jobs or something with your PCW look. Ever see 1984 or read Fahrenheit 451?
 

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I'm not as extreme as Steve Jobs. I wear multiple colors, but I place limits on the amount of clothes I have. 2-3 pairs of jeans, 2 pair of shoes, 2-3 pair of shorts, and 3-4 pairs of dress pants and a dozen shirts are all I really need. I live in a warm climate so I don't need any winter clothes beyond 2-3 sweaters.
 
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