Simple Living: Overcoming Negative Inertia | Wise... →
So start to notice. Open your eyes to why you do what you do, why you spend what you spend, why you want what you want. You may be surprised at what you find. While it might not be pleasant, it’s the first step toward living a simple life focused on your priorities.
5 Simple Ways To Find More Time →
Are there things on your To Do list that always get left behind because you never have enough hours in the day? Or perhaps there’s a book you want to write? Or a subject you want to study? Maybe you’ve always wanted to learn an instrument, or play tennis, or go walking in the mornings, or start practising yoga and meditating… But finding the time…impossible, right?
Collect Skills, Not Tools →
Some people like surrounding themselves with beautiful objects, furniture, and...– Jason Fried (via mnmal)
stonesoup » about minimalism →
For me it’s a lifestyle choice. A conscious decision to identify what’s essential and get rid of needless things. It’s all about simplifying your life and focusing on the things that make you happy and have the most impact in your life.
The rules for computing happiness
mnmal: Back by popular demand: Alex Payne has the following rules for a healthy computing experience. I do agree with all of them. The list On software: Use as little software as possible. Use software that does one thing well. Do not use software that does many things poorly. Do not use software that must sync over the internet to function. Do not use web applications that should be...
Simplicity for the Simple Joy of It →
Strip away the clutter, the unnecessary, the things-we-need-but-really-don’t. That’s when joy punches you in the chest. You find it in the smallest things. Or, rather: Undistracted, joy finds you.
Far Beyond the Stars →
Excellent minimalist blog.
» On owning nothing | mnmlist.com →
What if we had things we used, but didn’t own? What if we used clothing when we needed it, but then when we didn’t we gave it to a place that holds them (maybe a clothing library). And the same would apply to any possessions, from computers to tools to televisions to dishes and so on.
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A Guide to Self-Reliance Minimalism →
For me, minimalism comes from a rock-solid, unshakable, 100% belief that you are enough. That’s what “self-reliance minimalism” is to me.
4 Steps to a Minimalist Day | →
1. Wake up early and eat breakfast. Waking before everyone else allows you to organize your thoughts and most importantly BREATHE. When you are not stressed trying to get ready for your day, you are able to focus on preparing a positive day. Eating breakfast is monumental to having the necessary energy to be positive and productive. 2. Smile and say ‘No Worries’ all day. Making yourself smile may...
Food Rules: Dietary Dos and Don'ts →
Don’t eat anything you aren’t willing to kill yourself.