Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

An Ordinary Guy Got Rid Of His Possessions, What He Discovered Hit Me HARD.

Fumio Sasaki is one of the many people in Japan who have decided that less is more. They've converted their homes and lifestyle into a minimalist one. Fumio only owns three shirts, four pants, and four pairs of socks. He only has a total of 150 belongings and doesn't want any more than that.

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Two years ago, Fumio claimed he became tired of keeping up with trends, "I kept thinking about what I did not own, what was missing."

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He came to the realization that living a minimalistic life meant a life of more living.

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"Spending less time on cleaning or shopping means I have more time to spend with friends, go out, or travel on my days off. I have become a lot more active."

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Although it may seem like the goal is to rid of all the clutter in your life, it is not.

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