Leveraging the power of less to give your mind more
Minimalism is about intentional and thoughtful reduction. Stripping back the excess and unnecessary moving parts. Simplifying.
It’s about finding signal through the noise.
The tools we use should simplify our lives. This is particularly the case as more and more of those tools are online.
But the online space has become complicated and noisy.
The tools are so numerous that many of us are left scratching our heads and in a state of paralysis through analysis. Productivity tools that should make our lives easier become part of the problem. Online security rules mean one password turns into lots of passwords. Many of us now need a tool just to keep up with those passwords!
It shouldn't be this way. Technology should simplify our existence, not add more stress and distraction.
That's where mymind comes in. It's a step in a simpler and more elegant direction.
mymind is a privacy-first tool that uses cutting edge artificial intelligence to offer a completely personalized online home that becomes an extension of our own minds. It allows us to keep all the things that are important to us in one place.
All your notes, inspiration, bookmarks, and ideas in a single private and secure space, allowing you, with a single click, to save videos, articles, notes, and highlights to your own private online home.
The AI capacity of mymind also means there is no need to search, file, or retain information in complicated filing structures. It will use your unique visual and associative cues to do the hard work for you—so you can find what you need swiftly and then get on with your day.
Imagine a tool that allows you to see something you like, something you want to remember, and save it in a second. And then allows you to find that something when you need it within seconds.
No need to organize, no need for folders or complicated categories and structures. Just a tool that does the hard work for you. An extension of your mind.
01 – Book
Have you read our second volume of Inside Minimalism yet? This book discusses minimalism as a tool and covers many topics such as slow and quiet living, curation, consumerism, and family. Give it a read.
02 – Podcast
In the Minimalism Life Podcast, one half of The Minimalists and New York Times–bestselling author Joshua Fields Millburn reads and comments on essays published in our Inside Minimalism book. Each episode is just a few minutes long. We are releasing new episodes monthly. Listen now on minimalism.com
02 – Community experiences
Read the latest entries of the Minimalism Life journal:
Self-care for the mind and soul by Chris Wilson
A beautiful backyard mess by Karen Weissert
My minimal (ish) revelation by Emma May Cruickshank
Step-by-Step by Shannon Colton
03 – Share your stories
Do you have an interesting story you would like to share on minimalism.com? We want to read about it. Here, you have the opportunity to get involved and contribute to our journal.
05 – Brands anchored by simplicity and sustainability
Minimalism can be about frugality and owning less, but it can also be about supporting ethical brands with sustainability at their core (less but better). Here’s several that you might be interested learning more about.
LYMA: the ultimate supplement formula
Senreve: leather and vegan handbags handcrafted in Europe
Quip: better oral care, made simple
Stiksen: premium minimal baseball caps from Sweden
Oliver Cabell: minimalist Italian footwear and accessories
Plainandsimple: circular t-shirts that are certified organic and ethically made
ASKET: ending fast fashion by making covetable everyday essentials
Nordic Knots: rugs inspired by the beauty of the Nordic light, colors and landscape
One thing I'd add is that there are other tools that offer you to save for later but the thing with MyMind is, it's centered - in one place, in your (extension) mind. And there there is no noise and no distractions, notifications, or comments. You just go to one sacred secret place.