What are we seeking in the "Self Help" section of the bookstore? Does it help or is it just something more to purchase and put on the shelf? Here's a good little post from Becomingaminimalist.org.
"We live in an age when unnecessary things are our only necessities." — Oscar Wilde I'm not one for New Year resolutions. However, it is a time of reflection and I'm glad for the progress I have made in decluttering my life and prioritizing what truly matters over the past few years. Maybe 2016 is … Continue reading Let Go of the Things that Do Not Matter
Sorry for the annoying ads recently on my blog. I say mine, but really it is owned by WordPress and I was enticed to offset some costs by cowing to ads. I decided when I had a serious complaint about these, I would take them off. I am glad to say, there is now likely … Continue reading Now, Less Annoying Ads!
Makers, Dreamers, Builders, and Inventors, Unite: reflections on saving our world “Perpetual devotion to what a man calls his business, is only to be sustained by perpetual neglect of many other things. And it is by no means certain that a man’s business is the most important thing that he has to do” Robert Louis … Continue reading Makers to the Rescue
About an addiction I didn't even realize I had. It seems that minimalism is the word du jour around the internet these days. Tiny houses, the 100 Thing Challenge, Non-Conformist work strategies, and urban homesteaders are filling blog-space with ideas and adventures outside the old consumerist norm. Many people are looking for something more in … Continue reading Lightening my load