Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own. – Bruce Lee What a cool quote from a martial artist that…… Read more “Minimalism Is A Martial Art”
I think that the first step you should try doing is selling your things and stuff. I’ve done the eBay thing and still doing it. Also, with…… Read more “Goodwill. Goodbye”
Practice Makes Perfect
Practice makes perfect, or in other words, repetition will give you the results you want. Through minimalism this has become and ongoing lesson for me. For example,…… Read more “Practice Makes Perfect”
Minimalist Wardrobe: An Update
So one of the easiest and best places to start minimizing and being a minimalist is cleaning out your closet. I think I can still downsize a…… Read more “Minimalist Wardrobe: An Update”
The Minimalist Photographer
One of my passions or favorite hobby (out of the many hobbies that I have) is photography/videography. When it comes to minimalism, staying on the minimalistic path…… Read more “The Minimalist Photographer”
Organizing Your Tech
I don’t mean having a special drawer for your gadgets or plastic containers…I’m talking about what’s IN your gadgets. As minimalists we have very tidy living areas…… Read more “Organizing Your Tech”
What is The Wisdom of Frugality?
Being a Minimalist or living a frugal life in many ways is more rewarding than spending your money on the things you think will make you happy.…… Read more “What is The Wisdom of Frugality?”
Suffering is one of the Noble Truths found in Buddhism and this could not be more true with us minimalists…before we were minimalist. But I believe that…… Read more “Suffering”
Minimalism, East Asian philosophy (Buddhism), and how they are not that different from one another. I think I’ve mentioned in several posts that there was one point…… Read more “Interconnectedness”
Short Term Is The Long Term.
“Short term actions align with long term values.” This quote was said by one of The Minimalists in the episode 015 Consumerism. This really resonated with me and brought…… Read more “Short Term Is The Long Term.”