Mayank Tripathi

Hello everyone, I am Mayank. I am currently working a day job in a startup and creating reload your wallet to shares ideas and experiences about the minimalist lifestyle, Personal finance, and ideas to increase our income.


Past and Present

Someone who has lived paycheck to paycheck and credit card lifestyle. Been there, suffered that.

Someone who is more responsible and leading a minimalist lifestyle. I have very few friends but good ones, very few clothes but quality ones and fewer gadgets but enough for me. Some savings for bad days, a good fitness routine and no junk food lifestyle.


How it all started


It all started one day with one particular event in 2018 that disturbed the entire family from roots. Being the eldest son of the family, I am rightly bestowed with some responsibility.

I was also an entrepreneur with two startups having moderate success but eventually had to shut down for various reasons. I somehow realize that, if I would have been a bit frugal in my approach I could have saved them both.

Taking a step back made me think about my lifestyle and how I am utilizing my funds. Am I really happy doing what I am doing or the lifestyle I am leading? Do we always need shopping and other materialistic things or purchases to become happy? 2018 had been the worst time for me from the start (Jan 1) with multiple heartbreaking and life-shattering events.

With all these thoughts going through my mind, I finally decided to pull the plug and try to be a minimalist. It looked tough, actually very very tough to say NO to myself before jumping at anything. Since suffered a lot by being irresponsible, Somehow, I made my mind to give myself 1 year and push for it. After all these efforts, I could achieve something and the journey continues. You can read a few posts related to my journey of a minimalist lifestyle below, and more will be updated later.


10 Things which I own as a minimalist Person

Why I chose a minimalist Phone

From a non-Minimalist Cupboard to a minimalist Cupboard


Posts for a minimalist lifestyle

Money can buy everything

Difference between being frugal and being a miser

Traits of a minimalist person

How to accept who we are

How the race of being the winner is killing us from inside


Posts for Personal Finance

How to save 70% of your salary

Various ways to save from unnecessary expenses

How to put a limit on overspending

7 steps towards financial independence


Posts for Making Money

Businesses that can make you rich

51 businesses that can provide financial freedom

How blogging can be a lucrative career

How content writing can be a lucrative career

Starting a cloud kitchen business

How Cloud Kitchen is different from Traditional Kitchen


These are not a one-day process and throughout the journey, we all need help from someone to lead a new way of life. There can be various sources of inspiration. Some people you know, some books you read or some person you follow. I followed the below-mentioned blogs which helped me to start the journey and I personally love reading them.

farbeyondthestars.com

frugalwoods.com

theminimalistvegan.com

Corbettbarr.com

Reading My Tea Leaves

Feel free to share your ideas, thoughts, and experiences. If you like what I write here do subscribe to our weekly newsletter.

Feel free to reach out to me or follow me on LinkedIn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.