The only hope is to abandon complex software. Embrace simple. Forget backward...– Chuck Moore, creator of the Forth language. (via mnmal)
We believe stories are valuable, no matter how many people read them. We...– The Small is Beautiful Manifesto
artcetera: an interview with the most creative... →
our souls are not hungry for fame, comfort, wealth, or power. our souls are...– Harold Kushner (via Becoming Minimalist)
The minimalism of veganism →
In this post I’ll tell you (briefly) why I chose veganism and how it is the diet I believe is most in line with minimalism.
Justin Blanton | Create a simple timer using... →
19 Tips for Making Your Home Paperless →
The Book of Wisdom – 101 Posts for the All-Around... →
More mindful, less clutter →
the essentials of simplicity, part 3: want less →
The 6 Changes Habit Creation Technique in Action →
A Simple and Fast Guide to Patience for Impatient... →
Our world is fast-paced and time is one of our most valuable resources. However, the next time that you want to see things going faster remember that the only fast thing in our life is failing because of an impatient decision. Climbing to the top always requires time and a lot of patience.
Unlink Your Feeds - A Manifesto. →
This is an illusory solution. It’s a false idol. It’s contributing to noise pollution on the Internet and the only people it helps are company execs who want to make spurious claims about “user engagement”. It’s diminishing the quality of your output and of others’ experiences.
Tips for Stress-Free Travel →
Not all travel can or should be predictable. Sometimes the unexpected is better than the planned.
» letting go of desires :mnmlist →
Let the desire go, and feel the lightness, the freedom. Become liberated from desires, one at a time (not forever, but for the moment). You’ll love it.
the no list →
no booze no eating animals no laziness no tv no buying new things no tight pants & there it is.
The Lo-Fi Manifesto →
The time has come to reject expensive consumer and prosumer software that hinders the extensibility of digital discourse and limits digital production literacy to programs and file formats that are destined for disruptive upgrades or obsolescence.
The following are just 4 ways that Twitter has simplified writing for years to...– Twitter Simplified Writing Forever in 4 Ways | MinimalistPath
The Tiny Life: Public Spaces
The small space test | The Everyday Minimalist →
Everyone talks about getting rid of stuff and de-cluttering as a way to pare down our lives. But have we ever considered getting rid of furniture as a way to force ourselves to de-clutter?
7 Benefits of Practicing Detachment From... →
It grounds me and I realize I don’t need stuff, I just like the experiences the stuff can provide.
Website: Oh! Hi! What can I help you with today? Me: What are your — Website:...– venomous porridge - A conversation I have every month or so
The Simple Dollar » Dealing with Dissatisfaction →
When you’re dissatisfied with something, it’s rarely a good idea to just go buy a replacement for it. Stop for a bit and ask yourself why you’re dissatisfied. It might be that the item isn’t functional, but it might just be that you don’t really need that function in your life.
Scott Adams: The Problem With the Economy →
HOW TO: Jump Start Your Good Morning Creative Mojo →
Make time for your newfound creative mojo. Get up at least 30 minutes earlier than usual to have adequate time for your new good morning creative mojo rituals.
TaskPaper for iPhone First Look →
I have been using the beta version as my full time task and list manager for about a month now and it has evolved nicely and is rock solid. This, in my opinion, is a must have item and I put it right on up there with Simplenote as my favorite and most used application on my iPhone.
The Ultimate 40 Posts For Valentine’s Day | Make... →
Four Best Inspiring Blogs Every Life Hacker Should... →
As of the time of writing this article there are four of the best inspiring blogs, which I give a prominent position to in my RSS reader.
How to Step Up to Challenges and Create a Life... →
There is a fine line between comfort and boredom.
The Minimalist’s Guide to a Jailbroken iPhone →
For a true minimalist the source of the apps doesn’t matter, and while this article is mostly jailbroken-centric, there are a few key apps that I felt tie in perfectly with the simplicity mindset and can be appreciated by hackers and non-hackers alike.
Fit is not an Example →
I started to lose a little of the focus on physical changes, and I realized the mental. I was enjoying doing things more. I liked doing pushups and I wanted to do as many squats as humanly possible because I wanted to challenge myself, because I have a goal to run a half marathon with my son when I am in my fifties.
How to Deliver the Highest Impact with Each Post →
Leo’s guest post on minimalist blogging.