Remove what you don´t need


It is something totally normal that in our day to day we have to make purchases out of necessity or on a whim. I have already spoken on some occasions that we should not fall into the trap of consumerism, but it is totally understandable and healthy for us to give ourselves some whims.

But what can become a problem is the accumulation of things that at one point in our life was a need or a whim but that months or years later is no longer so. This will lead us to generate new needs that can lead us to unnecessary expenses and complicate our lives a bit.

Many people complain that they do not have space in their house, or that they need a bigger car because it does not fit everything … these are some more common examples that accumulation can cause us.

We must bear in mind that if we buy clothes every month and do not get rid of the ones we no longer use, we will accumulate clothes in closets and drawers and at some point we will think that we need a bigger house because we no longer fit anything.

One of the rules that many minimalists apply is that for each item that I buy I eliminate one of the ones I already have. That is, if I have 5 pants and buy another, the ideal is not to keep 6, what we should do is get rid of one of the pants that we no longer use and continue with 5 pants. We can apply this to other aspects of our life, not just clothes.

We have to think that our financial resources and our time is limited and the more we dedicate it to ordering things that no longer serve us, to having to increase expenses because we need more space or simply due to the accumulation of unnecessary expenses, the less time and money we will have for what is really important.

We can even go non-material. I have mentioned the time. It is possibly the most important thing we have that we unconsciously let go of. Don’t spend time on people and things you don’t want. Eliminating relationships is also necessary.

I could go on with examples but the concept is the same, remove what you don’t need.


Es algo totalmente normal que en nuestro día a día tengamos que realizar compras por necesidad o bien por capricho. Ya he hablado en algunas ocasiones de que no debemos caer en la trampa del consumismo, pero es totalmente comprensible y sano que nos demos algunos caprichos. 

Pero lo que puede llegar a convertirse en un problema es la acumulación de cosas que en un momento de nuestra vida era una necesidad o una capricho pero que meses o años mas tarde ya no lo es. Esto nos va a llevar a generarnos nuevas necesidades que pueden llevarnos a gastos innecesarios y a complicarnos un poco la vida.

Mucha gente se queja de que no tiene espacio en su casa, o que necesita un coche más grande porque no le cabe todo.. son algunos ejemplos más comunes que puede ocasionarnos la acumulación.

Hay que tener en cuenta que si compramos ropa todos los meses y no nos deshacemos de la que ya no usamos vamos a ir acumulando ropa en armarios y cajones y en algún momento pensaremos que necesitamos una casa más grande porque ya no nos cabe nada. 

Una de las normas que aplican muchos minimalistas es que por cada artículo que compro elimino uno de los que ya tengo. Es decir, que si tengo 5 pantalones y compro otro, lo ideal no es quedarse con 6, lo que debemos hacer es deshacernos de uno de los pantalones que ya no utilizamos y seguir con 5 pantalones. Esto podemos aplicarlo a otros aspectos de nuestra vida, no sólo a la ropa. 

Tenemos que pensar que nuestros recursos económicos y nuestro tiempo es limitado y cuando más lo dediquemos a ordenar cosas que ya no nos sirve, a tener que incrementar gastos por necesitar más espacio o simplemente por acumulación de gastos innecesarios menos tiempo y dinero tendremos para lo realmente importante.

Incluso podemos ir a lo no material. He mencionado el tiempo. Es posiblemente lo más importante que tenemos y que inconscientemente dejamos pasar. No dediques tiempo a gente y cosas que no deseas. Eliminar relaciones también es necesario. 

Podría seguir poniendo ejemplos pero el concepto es el mismo, elimina lo que no necesitas.

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