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Jeff Amberg listens to the voices in his head. Well, one voice, more accurately. The photographer-turned-fine artist has spent more than 30 years shooting photojournalism and commercial images. One day in the midst of editing photos, a demanding little voice ordered Amberg to drop everything, step away from the computer, and change his life’s course. Sound crazy? If you’ve seen the captivating, gorgeous abstract works Amberg has been creating, you might start hoping your own little voice will pipe up sometime soon. How did you get your start with photography? I got my first camera when I was 12. My father was a photographer back in the 1930s as a teenager, and I got my sister’s hand-me-down camera. It wasn’t until I got to the

I am doing my best to keep only what I need, each year, I been getting rid of items I don’t use all the time. Hopefully when my check out time comes, my family won’t have too many things to have to deal with.

ren says

I have tried not to be busy….love it…I have to work…but tried to free schedule up…I like to veg…I don’t care if people think I’mlazy cuz I like to stay home…what’s wrong with spending time at home. That’s why we pay for a house…

Breed7 says

I enjoyed a “minimal” lifestyle. I worked as an artist, lived in a small house, drove an old car so as not to have car payments. I kept my life free of stress, free of too many obligations, earning only as much money as I needed to live on and travel occasionally.

Then a degenerative, debilitating illness hit me. I became unable to work, unable to support myself, unable to afford my house. Had I lived a more materialistic lifestyle, I might have had some savings, or had a bigger house that I could have sold for a profit. I might now have reliable transportation. I might not be living below the poverty level now.

Sometimes obligations are good. Sometimes material things work in your favor. “Minimalism” is something that only works for the privileged. I wish I had known this thirty years ago.

Jennifer says

I’m truly sorry. I believe no one way of living is correct, when it comes to money.. and only a life dependent on God daily can give any of us truly a full life. You are dependent on God daily to supply your needs. You are like the sparrow he speaks of. Again I’m sorry:( I pray you are able to find things to smile about and give thanks for daily.

“Minimalism” doesn’t mean you can’t have savings or a retirement plan. Be careful so as not to confuse living minimally and living with no security.

In fact, minimalism is helping me realize that I should pay down my debt, have money in the bank for a rainy day and ALSO have a plan for the future.

You can live a minimalist life where you have free time to relax and enjoy, yet also have the forethought to protect yourself in case you become ill.

TMac says

Agreed. I am sorry for your situation, Breed7, but thank you for sharing. I do think it is so important for those that are trying to transition into living minimally to understand the difference as Maya stated. The way I’ve interpreted living minimally is to be cautious as to what I allow to clutter my life because it is taking time and space away from things of import, true value, and worth. In my case, I am far from successful at it, but it’s allowed me to not spend money on frivolous things, like a fancy car, and instead put what would be my car payment every month into savings/401k. The same with a house. Instead of having a house that matches my friends’ houses, we live in a smaller one, pay hundreds of dollars over our regular payment on a 15 year fixed and are working on paying it off well in advance of schedule while most of our friends are making the minimum payment on a 30 year. It’s making smaller, simpler, intentional choices to allow what’s important to matter.

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