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These Instagram Accounts Will Inspire You To Become A Minimalist

It's all about keeping it sleek and simple

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Photography: @minimalmess and @minimalistbible via Instagram (Main Photo)

There is an old saying that goes it's the simple things that matter most and it couldn't be more true! It applies to every aspect of our lives—even when it comes to Instagram, an outlet that is typically filled with travel photos, pet portraits and beautiful selfies.

Having a clean and crisp grid can help the eyes focus on what you really want to showcase, be it your personal style or creative work. Not to mention, it can inspire you to downsize and simplify your life, too! So, whether you need motivation to transition to minimalism or you just want to change to an aesthetic that soothes your soul, make sure to follow these pages: 

@minimalistbible

From lifestyle to interior design or even fashion, Minimalist Bible has the perfect pegs for you. You'll never run out of inspiration when scrolling through the feed—once in a while, they'll throw in a quote to motivate you to keep going on your minimalism journey, too. 

@thegirlgonegreen

Manuela Baron, fondly called the girl gone green, is what you can call an extreme minimalist. To her, minimalism is more than a trend, it is a lifestyle choice that teaches you to collect memories and not things. Aside from posting beautiful and peg-worthy photos, she asks her followers a few important questions as well, such as: "If all your belongings needed to fit in a single backpack, what would you bring?"

@mariekondo

You can't find a better person to follow for decluttering inspo other than the queen of minimalism herself—Marie Kondo! If you're currently reading her book, following her tips or you're in the phase of downsizing once more, you'd be happy to know that she posts helpful hints to guide you along the KonMari journey. She likes to post homes of her successful followers as well to serve as a boost for other people who want to achieve a tiny home. 

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@minimalmess

@minimalmess is the perfect page to follow if you'd like to lead a less consumeristic life. It teaches you how to shop with a quality-over-quantity mindset, living with less and consuming new things mindfully. 

@livetheprocess

Whether you're just beginning your journey or you're trying to maintain a certain way of life, @livetheprocess will help you exercise consciousness at every stage of your wellness adventure. But, if you aren't planning on downsizing, you can always browse their page for iconic architecture shots and fashion inspiration.

@blueollis

For Blue Ollis, minimalism takes a different turn—she's not about counting and having less things, but she believes in owning things with purpose or intention. As you scroll through her page, you'll find stunning photos of her minimalist home, vegan recipes she creates from scratch and tips on how to live sustainably. 

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