Vagabonding: The Art of Minimalism

Vagabonding is a minimalistic lifestyle. Living and traveling the world effectively with just the contents of our backpacks. Carrying, buying and using just what we need with complete satisfaction and elegant efficiency.

Minimal + Mobile = Vagabond

Living a minimalist life may mean less “things”, frugality and active moderation but its actually a way to get more out of life…

…particularly while vagabonding.

The purpose of a minimalistic lifestyle is simply to live with less or specifically what’s needed without losing out on what “normal” life has to offer. As a vagabond living out of a backpack traveling the world, minimalism is not only second nature but a necessity.

A minimal life can equal a mosaic life through vagabonding.

The concept of vagabonding is to constantly travel from one place to another as a means to explore – as a lifestyle. As this goes hand in hand with a minimal lifestyle, the natural merge makes the experience and rewards for each method incomparable to anything else.

A static (non-traveling) minimalist may have just as fulfilling a life as any other but one that’s in motion reaches new heights.

A vagabond.

Vagabonding is the art of minimalism as well as the art of living many lives. Each life reached and experienced with very little baggage to hold you back (figurative and literal) in each new destination.

This is minimalism, maximized.

Vagabonding is the art of minimalism.

[The photo was taken at the Berlin Holocaust Museum in Germany. | Originally published on Vinjatek.]